Time Out says
Sure, Michelin-starred restaurants and fine dining are great. But at the end of the day, your heart (and arteries) still belongs to friendly neighbourhood joints because it’s modest, consistent, and unpretentious. Understandably, convenience is often king when it comes to food.
Which is why Ca-Tu-Ya is so popular with students and office workers. A chain restaurant straight from Japan, it’s cheap and cheerful, and for what you’re paying, you’re certainly being presented with a hell of a lot of options. Depending on what you’re feeling, you can have your fried pork cutlet plain, or smothered in tonkatsu sauce, Japanese curry, or silky scrambled eggs. You can even pick the size of your cutlet according to how hungry you are – a single 80g or 120g pork loin, or two 80g pieces. For added viewing pleasure, try to grab a seat near the kitchen window so you can watch your meal being prepared.
G/F, Kai Wan Building, 142-146 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 11am-11pm|