A replacement for the shuttered Japanese street food restaurant Paid in Full is ready to debut in the southwest. Ton Ton Katsuya touts a Sunday, Sept. 22, launch at 11 a.m., but stil keeps many details under wraps.
Overseen by self-described “restaurant stylist” Martin Koleff, Ton Ton Katsuya moves into the corner space at the Durango Point Retail Center, close to the intersection of Warm Springs Road and Durango Drive and a close neighbor to the Suzuya Patisserie.
Without revealing future opening hours, the amber-hued restaurant promises a Japanese menu, including set meals built around a pork or chicken katsu dish, tempura vegetables, a katsu sandwich, a kid’s meal option, brown rice, and hojicha teas, imported Japanese beverages, and yuzu panna cotta for dessert.
Ton Ton Katsuya, 7225 S Durango Drive, 725-605-4402.