Deep fried pork cutlets with Nagoya's famed miso is what Yabaton is known for. We did not get to try this while in the city, so were mighty pleased to see a Yabaton at the airport and be able to try the specialty dish before leaving Nagoya.
Verdict: The miso sauce is nice and goes well with the well-fried pork katsu cutlets. I have to confess however that I prefer the usual tangy Worcestershire-based sauce that pork katsu is typically served with. Overall I rated this Average, although a rating between Average and Very Good would be more accurate. For the record, I'm not huge on deep fried pork to begin with so perhaps wasn't so wowed by this.
While the in-town restaurant may be more full-service, the airport outlet is pretty much no frills, I guess so people can grab a quick meal.
As an aside, the Nagoya airport has a quite a number of restaurants, so factor in a meal if you have time to spare.
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