I food was not nice, had no free soda refills, pork was chewy, came here for a nice katsu curry and was really disappointed, never again!
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This is New York, so Katsu-Hama wasn't any different from other establishments in terms of size. Even though pretty tiny, it had a cozy feel to it. My friend and I went there on a Saturday evening so we had to sit at the bar,...More
Walked out of a place farther uptown so we had to search our phones and ended up here. It turned out to be one of the best meals of our trip. They seated the five of us comfortably and fed us well and quickly with...More
I had not been here in years ( and I had a great dinner last time) but was disappointed this time as the kurobuta Katsu was soggy, the cabbage at least 3 times thicker than last time and the sauce watery. It is still good...More
Busy little restaurant serving an absolutely amazing Kurobuta Katsu. Never ate Kurobuta pork that good outside Korea or Japan.
Go here for lunch if you're craving for a tasty meal without the benefit of an expense account (well, even if you did have one, the food here is well-worth the trip!). The katsu here (berkshire pork) with a side of cabbage salad (and the...More
The Katsudons and bento boxes were authentic and fresh. Service was super efficient and fast (as they also want to get you out as soon as possible). They don't take reservations and have normally a long lunch que. We were not even properly finished when...More
I've never had Katsu and this was a great introduction! Katsuhama was recommended to me by a friend and she was spot on. The breaded pork cutlets were perfectly fried and the sauce on top. I loved all of the unique flavors my palate isn't...More