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Perfectly Fried Pork Cutlets at Katsu-Hama in Midtown

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Welcome back to Sietsema's Secrets, a new Eater Video series that takes readers inside the kitchens of the city's best ethnic restaurants.

In this edition of Sietsema's Secrets, Robert and the Eater Video crew visit Katsu-Hama, a Japanese restaurant near Grand Central Terminal specializing in perfectly fried pork cutlets. In the clip above, chef Antonio Garcia demonstrates the frying technique, and waiter Kyaw Chan Aye shows how to make the tonkatsu sauce that completes the dish. Hit play on the video above to learn the history behind this venerable fried pork parlor.
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Katsu Hama

11 E 47th St., New York, NY

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