The fourth outlet of this Pokka Food chain is loftier, in ways more than just appearance: over-reaching glass windows and an extended menu have established it as a regular haunt of the area’s upwardly mobile. The seasonal, sometimes sustainable, Sashimi-Mori is a well-carved platter of ingredients flown in twice weekly from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market. This is balanced well with the layered katsu – three razor-thin slices of butter-soft pork held together with specially formulated crumbs. You’d be hard pressed to find this quality in Japan, much less Singapore.
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