What other tonkatsu restaurant serves vibrant mixed salads of organically grown seasonal vegetables? Or uses sashimi-fresh kuruma-ebi (king prawns) for its ebi-fry. Or makes freshly squeezed honey-lemon soda?

Not sure you’ll be able to taste the difference? Then order the Butagumi-zen set (3,000 yen). This will bring you a sampler of five small tonkatsu morsels, each a generous bite-size, each made with a different cut of pork. This includes two of the ...

The basic choice is simple: rosu (fatty pork) or hire (lean) — and rosu is the more popular here by a margin of over two to one. But there is also a third option: kushikatsu, small cuts of pork (mostly lean but not always), ...

This spin-off in the basement of the Roppongi Hills complex lies a few strides from the subway gates. Bright, cheerful and modern, Butgagumi Dining has a big open kitchen where you can watch the golden cutlets being deep-fried to crisp perfection. And it still has ...

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