RACKS goes Japanese with their all-new Katsu Pork Ribs

posted May 10, 2018 at 12:50 pm
For years, RACKS has made its way into Filipinos’ stomachs for generations and has constantly delivered tender, flavorful, fall-off-the-bone ribs, hickory-smoked and flame-grilled to perfection, bringing you the taste you fondly remember.

And as the country’s most beloved rib house, RACKS has also tirelessly brought you fresh twists on their classic offerings, spicing up their bestselling ribs with different flavors, such as Mexican and Chinese influences.

RACKS Katsu Pork Ribs
Now, brace yourselves for a Katsu-rrific new dish, as RACKS goes Japanese with their Katsu Pork Ribs!

In Japanese cuisine, tonkatsu is a popular pork dish with its own share of fans. It is a pork cutlet, coated in flaky potato breadcrumbs and then deep-fried, revealing a flavorful meal that is crisp on the outside, yet tender on the inside!

With the Katsu Pork Ribs, RACKS marries their signature pork ribs with the popular Japanese tonkatsu, into an exciting new dish that will keep old and new fans’ tastebuds asking for more. The Katsu Pork Ribs is perfectly crispy on the outside, but one bite and diners will immediately recognize the same fall-off-the-bone goodness as can only be expected from RACKS.

Served with homemade coleslaw and skinny fries, the Katsu Pork Ribs is definitely one of a kind from RACKS, bringing together the best of Japanese and American flavors that you can’t miss out.

Katsu fan? Then hurry — RACKS’ Katsu Pork Ribs will only be available for a limited time! Drop in your favorite RACKS branch between April 5 to June 30 to try out this new favorite.

 

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