I still remember the first time Crazy Katsu opened along Maginhawa -- I am lucky enough to live just right across the street, so of course we had to try it first time we saw that sign light up.
We were so happy to finally have a Japanese resto open up along Maginhawa and Crazy Katsu is a good one at that. With a simple nice interior and a curious looking wood-piece decoration inside, it'll definitely satisfy your Japanese craving both in food and experience. Though the menu is quite limited to a less than handful of Japanese katsu, you'll get your money's worth with each one. They have either chicken, pork or beef as the main entree along with rice and veggies or egg to go with it. You can also add sidings like gyoza or order their pudding (aka leche flan) to complete it. And if you still don't know what to eat there, my personal favorite "the no fail" pork ginger is a must try.
I would have to say that Crazy Katsu is a good resto along Maginhawa for students and budget foodies alike. Of course you can't expect a huge and extravagant serving like those from other (slightly) more expensive katsu houses, but it's a good place for an affordable Japanese meal.
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