Tonkatsu ENbiton

Tonkatsu ENbiton, a destination for authentic tonkatsu experiences. We pride ourselves on sourcing the finest pork from renowned farms in Japan and around the world

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The very essence of our brand name, ‘EN’ representing a gathering place, and ‘Biton’ meaning beautiful, perfectly captures the soul of our restaurant.

What is 特別 special about Hokkaido Pork?

Shirakaba Pork is named after the Shirakaba Tree (white birch) that is said to relieve stress.

The pigs are raised in Hokkaido, where the cold temperatures are ideal for their sensitivity to warmer climates. This setting is crucial for producing stress-free, safe, and healthy pork.

How to Enjoy Tonkatsu?

The traditional way of enjoying the rich and fried flavour of tonkatsu.

Roasted Sesame Seeds


Grind the roasted sesame seeds and add them to your tonkatsu sauce for an extra fragrant and flavourful touch. Experience the traditional way of enjoying tonkatsu by dipping the meat into the tonkatsu sauce.

Grated Daikon Radish

Oroshi Tonkatsu

Grated daikon radish mixed with yuzu ponzu dressing. Pair both daikon and tonkatsu for a refreshing and tangy flavour.

Miso Sauce

Miso Tonkatsu

For a rich and savoury umami flavour that enhances the crispy and fried texture of your pork katsu, try pairing it with a delicious miso sauce.

Cabbage and arugula

Cabbage and Arugula

Mix the light and crunchy cabbage and arugula with the roasted sesame sauce. The mixed greens cleanses your palate and balance out the rich and fried flavour of the tonkatsu.


Tsukemono (Pickles)

Recommended to pair it with rice. It adds a refreshing and tangy taste to the dish and helps to refresh your taste buds and balance out the rich and fried flavour of the tonkatsu.

Miso Soup

Tonjiro (Pork Miso Soup)

Our Tonjiru (pork miso soup) is prepared with savoury pork and vegetables. Best paired with tonkatsu to balance out the fried texture of the pork katsu.

Deep-fry to Perfection

Our skilled chefs meticulously prepare each tonkatsu dish to perfection, using airy, light, and crispy panko (bread crumbs) imported from Saitama Prefecture of Japan for that delightful texture.