Just had dinner at Tokyo-Tokyo at the Kahala in Honolulu, and overall it was quite an enjoyable meal - my sashimi starter was particularly good. But I ordered the Berkshire Pork Tonkatsu which the menu describes in this way: " We meticulously cut paper thin slices, stack them about 20 high, gently dip them in our home-made batter and bread them with imported panko flakes. This method brings out the juiciness and flavor of the pork."
It was a quiet night at the restaurant, but in fact I was served a regular pork tonkatsu - deep fried and then sliced into 6 or 7 pieces, each about 1/4" thick. It was ok, but nothing like the menu description. Has anyone ever actually had anything like the advertised version of this dish here, or do they always serve the standard version?