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Potato katsu...where can I find?

bostonveg Sep 28, 2013 04:35 PM

I was in Seattle recently and had potato katsu for the first time at a sushi place. They were so good I want to find some in Boston? I live in Allston but will happily travel to get some.


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    saria RE: bostonveg Sep 28, 2013 07:46 PM

    Potato katsu seems to just be korokke, or croquettes with no filling. They sell them at Ittyo, or at least they did when I went some time ago (I read it's changed a lot) though they might have had carrot in the mix, too. Tampopo has filled ones. The best is the curry. I don't think they have plain ones.

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      krazykid RE: bostonveg Sep 29, 2013 04:52 AM

      The Japonaise bakery has a croquette sandwich which is what you're looking for. There's one on Beacon Street in Brookline. It at the first stop above ground stop on the C line.

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