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Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
10:30 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Curry Rice
Review (12)
Level4 2013-05-03
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I like the name of this place which has western overtones but really serving Japanese food. I ordered the shrimp curry with rice and I did not like it that much. I think I still prefer Indian curries to Japanese curries. Japanese curries are sweeter in taste rather than spicy, and there are little herbs inside which provides the strong aroma. The shrimp was fried and pretty OK. The curry itself was acceptable if you like Japanese curry. continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-02
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What's the deal about a cheer on for gorillas and curry? I stood around watching their promotional video (entirely in Japanese) and I will not pretend to have understood more than "Oiishi!" I did however, recognize Hideki Matsui who plays for the New York Yankees and his jersey number, 55 which was the reason for Go! Go! (the number 5 in Japanese) clearing my entirely reasonable idea of it being a cheer for the curry. And well, his Godzilla nickname influenced their eventual choice of a gorilla for a mascot. But just like an entirely serendipitious sort of phenomenon, that's probably brilliant though. The idea of a Go! Go! in your restaurant's name psychologically propels your body to respond to your subconscious mind. Go! Go! to the Curry! now! That was me anyway.So next time you walk past, tell me if you feel a sudden compulsion to act on it! Why go for less, when you can challenge the Grand Slam!Actually, I just couldn't decide what I wanted with my curry. This wasn't what I expected from a Japanese curry. It was a distinctive dark brown colour and a more pronounced peppery taste. Think: A thicker version of beef stew. I liked it! Whether curry or called by any other name because this was comfort-type soul food on a rainy day. They weren't generous enough with the curry sauce though, unlike cocoichi and no, I did not know that I could add on extra portions of curry until I read one of the reviews that suggested extra curry and extra cheese! Mmm.So if you were going at it alone, remember that these curry rice sets have a larger than normal portion of rice even on the healthy version. Diners pick from a choice of Shrimp, Sausage, Pork or Chicken cutlet, accompanied by shredded cabbage. And unless you're with someone else, I don't know how one person's stomach can manage 650g of rice with curry and 4 sides. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-15
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The big gorilla poster always caught my attention whenever I walked passed the stall. The stall offers 5 different type of curry rice set and it came in Healthy, Economy, Business and First Class portions (size) depending on your appetite. The stall offers limited choices of drinks and they do not serve ice water.I ordered the chicken katsu curry. The chicken katsu is tender and juicy. The curry was mildly spicy which went very well with the Japanese sticky rice. continue reading
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Walked past this curry stall and their food looked yummy and appetising so I decided to give it a try! I ordered chicken cutlet rice with curry and cheese! It was served in a large plate with a lot of curry sauce. You could choose from five curry spicy levels, I had level three, which was not too spicy at all, just right for me to enjoy my meal. The cheese did not really make a difference to the meal because I couldn't really taste it at all. The chicken cutlet was crispy. There were pieces of meat bits in the curry, not sure if they were pork/ beef bits but they were good. continue reading
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Level3 2012-03-24
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This is the best japanese curry i have ever eaten! The curry itself is unique in its own way, something different from what i tasted before. The curry compliments the rice very well and it's thick on its own. The chicken and pork pieces were very crispy and went well with the curry too. There are also egg and ebi on the side and they tasted good too! The service is good and the environment is suitable for chilling. continue reading
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