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The best katsu in Toronto is lightly breaded with panko crumbs and deep-fried for that crispy crust. There are countless variations of this Japanese cutlet, from the type of meat used, including chicken, pork and even fish, to the various sauces it accompanies. Served as a sandwich, on Japanese curry or as a rice bowl with an egg, you can’t go wrong either way.
Here are some of the best places for katsu in Toronto.