We are proud to tell you that one of our secret recipes is that we bake, bread in-house to use bread crumbs for all katsus.menu
Freshly fried Crispy and Juicy Katsu to your table
Trying our best to provide variety of options for our clients by creating tasty and fun menus
We bake all the bread in-house, in order to use healthy bread crumbs for Katsus.
Kim’s Katsu provides authentic Japanese Tonkatsu (pork cutlet) based in Calgary. Our mission is to provide fresh Katsu made in the house to our customers and provide a variety of options for customers.
We are proud to tell you that one of our secret recipes is that we bake bread in-house to use bread crumbs for all katsus.
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Their Hire Katsu (Pork Tenderloin) is the best! Super tender, tasty and the breading had the right amount of crisp but not too greasy. It comes with a side of salad, miso soup and pickled ginger. My wife got the Katsu Curry and I’d say they have one of the best tasting curry sauce in the city! I like it cause there’s no big chunks of carrots and potatoes in it, and they just focused on delivering great taste to the sauce. It also comes with an egg over rice. The Katsu in their Katsu Curry wasn’t that tender as the Hire Katsu. But I think it compliments the curry sauce as it will make the Katsu more soggy and tasty. They only have a few tables inside so plan ahead and come early on rush hour or weekends.
Excellent spot for some crispy and fresh katsu. Great menu items, and I was totally surprised by the portion size of the kings katsu, it was massive! The Japanese curry hit the spot. The meal also came with sweet corn soup, and it was definitely needed on the cold day. I will be back to try the other katsu places, prices were great. Service was helpful and welcoming.
Yum! Super delicious Katsu and very generous portions of food. I ordered the King's Katsu, which came with two huge pieces of Katsu covered in demiglace sauce and came with some corn soup, super yummy. My other party ordered Curry Katsu donburi and was good as well, but the Curry flavour was very standard, similar to Japanese curry roux.