Pork cutlet is what keeps me going in life

Hikatsu

๐Ÿ“ 69, Dongho-ro 12-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

โฐ Sunday to Thursday 11:00 – 20:30 (Closed on Fridays and Saturdays)

๐Ÿ“• Cordon bleu 13,000 won Pork cutlet & soba meal 12,000 won Seongbukdong cutlet 10,500 won โ€ปMenu/prices are subject to change

Pork cutlet is my life fuel. I devour it with pure admiration. It’s the epitome of food happiness for me. The joint is impeccably clean, and the portions are big enough to keep you satisfied. Plus, they serve this amazing cabbage sauce with a black sesame twist.

I went all out and ordered their special. It’s a heavenly combo of tenderloin, fish, and shrimp tempura. The cordon bleu cheese pork cutlet blew my mind. Thin on the meat side but bursting with cheese, it’s like a flavor explosion in your mouth. It’s a tough call between cutlet and pizza, trust me. And don’t skip the cold soba noodles โ€“ they’re a game-changer.

The tenderloin is melt-in-your-mouth tender, and the tempura is perfectly crispy. Each bite sends your happiness levels skyrocketing. They’ve got the basics down to a T. Seriously, even the iPhone would blush at how well they capture the essence of this dish. If you’re a pork cutlet fanatic like me, this spot is a must-visit. With over 20 years in the cutlet game, the owner’s expertise shines through in every bite. Find it nestled between Chenggu Station and Yaksu Station.

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