I wanted to love this place especially since it's truly Japanese owned and operated but there are a few issues.
I ordered the Katsu Curry and a salad. My wife had the Chicken Cream Croquette.
Both were ok, but resembled home cooked meals, not the type you would get in a restaurant. Which is ok, except for the price, it was far too expensive.
Onto the food. The curry was WAY to sweet. I'm not sure why they make it this way since this is NOT the way Japanese curry is made. It just got sickening after a while. Plus, the curry was just mostly sauce with no potato or carrots in it which is a staple of Japanese curry. I can accept this way if it wasn't so sweet though. Next was the salad, it was a nice size but again, the salad dressing was like an onion bomb! WAY too much raw onion taste in the dressing. It actually hurt my stomach, and yet I can handle some pretty spicy food many others can't. The actual pork cutlet was too thin, and was a bit over cooked, hence making it dry inside. It was tolerable but Japanese cutlets are usually double the thickness. My wife's croquette was ok, but seemed to be undercooked and mushy and also too much onion.. so overall, it was disappointing. It wasn't terrible, just that it should be much better especially for the rather expensive price the dishes have.
Other issues include the menu missing a drink menu. I guess they only serve water here.
There was no music playing, but rather a TV blaring volume of a TV show. Very unattractive while eating. This also cause everyone's conversation around you to be heard.
Customer service was fine, the washrooms were relatively clean and the decor was simple and tidy. There is ample good free parking. Location is very strange though.
All in all the amount of food for the price was not really worth it. I can make this at home for 3 quarters of the price and it will be better tasting.
I may try this place one more time to try a different dish, but it won't be a priority. Once again, I'm sad to write this review because I love to support TRUE Japanese owned and run businesses, but I must speak the truth.