Katsu Burger celebrates grand opening with new menu

The new sushi/burger restaurant next to the library, Katsu Burger (2034 NW 56th St), is throwing a grand opening celebration tomorrow (Nov. 2) with food and drink specials that will last all weekend.

Katsu “softly” opened in July in the former Skillet location, but they’ve been fine-tuning their menu and getting feedback from customers to prepare for their grand opening.

“It was a great summer and we finally have the new menu locked in,” they write on their Facebook event info. Katsu specializes in Japanese-style deep fried burgers — and sushi. Their executive chef is Masahiro Shida, who has decades of experience as a sushi chef.

“You’ll find the items on our menu deliver the taste of Japan, with the restaurant roots of Seattle,” they write on their website.

For the grand opening, they’ll be offering $5 Tokyo Classic Slider meals, plus food specials that will continue on Saturday and Sunday.

For more on Katsu and their full menu, click here.

 


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Ballard Eater
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Ballard Eater

Already been there a few times. It’s great!

Dave
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Dave

My main complaint about the Katsu Burger in Cap Hill was they often wouldn’t let me dog in if I was walking by. Thank goodness the manager of this one is much more reasonable, especially during yappy hour.

doogie
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doogie

“yappy hour”, good one.
Isn’t that every hour at these cute-food hipster-dipster, lefty-loosy dining establishments?

Lampchop
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Lampchop

These places that want to be all things for all people always fail miserably.