$1 Katsu Sandos
Kyo-to joins Spice Alley with chicken kastu sandos for $1 (or $5 with an Asahi).
Spice Alley is set to expand its offering next week when Japanese diner Kyo-to joins Kensington Street's Southeast Asian foodie laneway. To celebrate the new stall's launch, head chef Jason Chan (Queen Chow, Papi Chulo and Felix) will be slinging his signature chicken katsu sandos for just $1 a pop. Or $5, if you pair it with a bottle of Asahi.
The cheap eats are on offer November 26–28 from 5–7pm. The mini double-decker sando is piled high with crumbed chicken, shredded cabbage and Japanese mustard greens, all on a Hokkaido milk bun. As well as Asahi, surprise cocktail deals will be on offer on the Wednesday — with DJ Charlie Villas on the tunes, too.
The wider rotating menu at Kyo-to will feature a range of ramen, including tonkatsu, truffle and charred duck varieties, as well as ramen noodles in XO sauce with pork belly, and a honeybug, scallop and roasted garlic ramen. You can also expect yakitori, karaage chicken and a range of dons and udons, such as clam udon noodles in kombu butter.
The $1 katsu sando is on offer to the first 100 people each night and limited to one per person, so get in early or miss out.