Kagura

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Just like any other Sundays, Amy & I usually don’t have any clue about where to go for lunch.  After flipping through my Yelp’s bookmarks, I’ve decided to take Amy to try Kagura, a Japanese cutlet (a.k.a TONKATSU) cuisine located in Torrance.  I have put Kagura on my to-try list for a while already, but never found a chance to give it a try.

Kagura opens at 1130.  Perfect for early lunch.

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Main dining area and sake bar.

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The other side of the restaurant is the more “private” dining area.

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Amy ordered the Premium Filet Katsu Gozen but she doesn’t like any tonkatsu sauce as usual.

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All you can eat cabbage salad and the ‘forgot-to-take-a pic” Chawanmushi.  Yea, we were hungry!

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It comes with Japanese pickled vegetable and 4 small plates.

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The cutlet was a little too lean to be consider a good piece of black pork.  It is no where close to the one we had in Osaka. =P

I ordered the Katsu Jyu Gozen.  Yummy…

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We also ordered the Gindara Saikyoyaki Gozen, Amy & I both agreed this is the best dish.  The black cod was so juicy and tender, perfectly prepared by the chef.

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After lunch, we wanted to try Kagura’s black sesame ice-cream; though they ran out of it.  Oh well, I guess we will come back and try it next time.



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