Food, like a loving touch has the ability to comfort which Ramen Santouka have when one start to sip their bowl of goodness.
Food needs to taste good, it also needs to look good as I was impressed how Kessaku style their food dramatically.
Year 2012 began the bandwagon of Japanese katsu and continuously growing this year specifically Tonkatsu – the breaded pork cutlets.
As Lenten Season kicked off last Ash Wednesday, for forty (40) days, Catholics like me will be abstain in eating pork or beef. If one can make a more sacrifice, fasting is also recommendable where one can choose a meal between the three either breakfast, lunch or dinner.
In terms of food preferences, I love authentic Japanese cuisine because of its simplicity yet healthy offerings. I was surprised to know that there is an authentic Japanese Restaurant here in the South which was just near our home in Laguna.