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Massive Japanese Katsu Burgers Arrive in Carrollton

Also on the menu at Katsu Bar: plenty of ramen

The crispy (and messy) Kamikaze burger
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DFW’s bountiful burger selection continues to grow with the recent arrival of Katsu Bar — Burger and Ramen.

Towering burgers at the Carrollton newcomer (3400 E Hebron Pkwy Suite 116) star chicken, pork, beef, fish, or tofu patties that are battered, covered in Japanese breadcrumbs, fried to order, and finished in a house katsu sauce.

The Cast-a-way Fish Burger riffs on the McDonald’s Filet-o-Fish, served with tartar sauce, Swiss cheese, and pickles. The 100-percent beef katsu burger is dressed with 1,000 Island, American cheese, and pickles. A fiery pork Kamikaze katsu burger is topped with with spicy mayo and jalapeno.

Ramen is another core menu component at the weeks-old eatery. Spicy tonkotsu ramen features chicken karaage bobbing inside.

The Tokyo-inspired eatery also offers noodle bowls like Korean-style spicy ramen or udon mixed with Westernized options like French fries and onion rings, alongside other appetizers like gyoza and edamame. The bar serves boba milk tea, Thai tea, and fruit slushes in flavors like taro, matcha, passion fruit, guava, and more.