There's a new place to get drool-worthy Japanese pork in Vancouver
A new eatery has just soft opened on Robson Street, and while their signature Japanese pork cutlet has only been served for a short while, people are already buzzing about it.
Saku Japanese restaurant is located at 1773 Robson Street (the former digs of ramen shop Me-no Kura) and it serves up dishes like katsu curry, two deep-fried ebis, and of course, drool-worthy panko-crusted pork cutlets.
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This spot also offers unlimited cabbage salad and rice, and while it doesn’t celebrate its grand opening for a few weeks, foodies have been able to sneak in during their soft opening and try before most of the general public.
Daily Hive has reached out to Saku to confirm their official opening day, stay tuned!
Address: 1773 Robson Street, Vancouver