Arriving by bus #124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 190, 700, 700A, 14e. Nearest Train Station; Orchard exit b continue reading
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6509 4555
Monster Curry is the only Japanese restaurant in Singapore to serve a “demi-glace” curry sauce, marked by a rich and deeply flavourful brown sauce. To give the curry sauce an extra kick, Monster Curry serves all its dishes at five different levels of spiciness, thanks to a hot sauce that is a concoction of chilli padi, garlic, ginger and celery. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Combo Curry Mountain Monster Curry Sea Monster Curry
Review (23)
Our order of seafood curry meal.  If you remove the side of the plate and half of the curry sauce the size will not look that big. It's what some food critic said a trick of the eye. Thinking it was big we share this order between the 3 of us. Since we have some snack before going to Monster curry. Have seen some people eating this monster curry by themselves which is possible. My family are not a great eater of spicy food so we order 1 notch of the heat which was really spicy for us. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-24
Was attracted by the mega monster portion whenever I passed by that shop, seeing huge plates on the tables. Finally got to dine there and chose the Pork Katsu Curry ($13) with one flame (up to 5 flames). The pork katsu is very crispy and juicy, served with a side portion of yummy coleslaw. The curry is actually not very spicy as the flame actually is a dollop of chilli, so unless you mix the chilli together with the curry and rice, you will feel the spiciness. If you eat just the curry alone without mixing the chilli, it is not spicy at all. The Cheese Pork Katsu Curry ($14) is even nicer than the Pork Katsu, there is a slight burnt smell on the cheese itself, giving it an even better taste. The goodness of the cheese together swirled with the pork katsu is heavenly! Next time, choose the one with cheese, it is nicer!!Portion is considered big, but if one is hungry, it is possible to finish the whole plate! Prices are quite ok for the huge size, but after service charge it is not cheap anymore. continue reading
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Level3 2014-01-04
Recommended by my friends, this is a nice place to gather with friends and share food together, a time for all 4 of us went there and ordered the Monster Combo Curry and Mountain Monster Curry. The monster combo curry which consist of pork katsu , fried fish, tempura, cheese, pork shabu-shabu. Mountain monster curry consist of pork katsu, sausage, chicken karoago. From the photos you can see the portion is a lot even 4 of us eating just 2 bowl of it we could not finish it. As you can see from the photos there is a orange orange red flame on top of the curry , that symbolism the level of as chilli as my friend scare that it might be too spicy hence we ask for 2 flame only. But to me it is actually not that spicy. You guys should head down to ion orchard Level B4 to try it ! continue reading
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Monster Curry claims to be the biggest and heaviest Japanese Curry Rice in Singapore. Probably yes because it’s the biggest (hence heaviest) plate I’ve seen being used to serve curry rice. See the picture below where I had compared the size of the plate to the can drink.I ordered one Monster Combo Curry set to share with my husband and it came with pork katsu, fried fish, pork shabu-shabu, prawn tempura and grated cheese. When the rice was served to our table, I was thrilled to see the variety of ingredients soaked in a massive amount of gravy. Yum yum yum.The pork katsu, fried fish and prawn tempura were crispy but I found them a little too greasy with a slightly thick batter on the outside. The fish was fresh with no fishy smell and the prawns had a good crunch too. The pork shabu-shabu was surprisingly tender and very tasty. Even the coleslaw was lovely with a soury sweet thousand-island like dressing that really whetted the appetite.There are 5 spicy levels to choose from:1 Flame (Normal Hot)2 Flame (Extra Hot)3 Flame (Very Hot)4 Flame (Super Hot)5 Flame (Monster Hot)And we picked Extra Hot which I presumed was the chilli sauce that was drizzled over the curry. The curry sauce was a clear winner. It tasted different from the packet Japanese curry sauces we could get from the supermarket. This gravy was rich in flavour with a good balance of sweetness, spiciness (from the chilli sauce) and saltiness (from the cheese) that really blended well together.It really wasn’t as spicy as we expected so we would probably try Super or Monster Hot next time.For full review and pictures, please visit http://springtomorrow.com/2013/07/25/monster-curry-ion-orchard/ continue reading
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Monster Curry sounds more like an animation rather than a restaurant. However, in Singapore Monster Curry is restaurant serve a jumbo size Japanese curry with different type of protein such as chicken, eggs, pork, prawns, fish and scallops. I was looking for a place to grab a quick bite after collecting my rewards from one of the food review website. When I spotted Monster Curry, my cravings for Japanese curry just get the better of me. Quick look at the menu, I decided to order Cheese Chicken Katsu Curry ($14). You actually has a choice of spicy level from 1 (normal hot) to 5 (monster hot). I decided to went with normal hot. When I grab a seat after ordering, then after looking around the area, I realised that I was in a deep trouble. I saw how huge the plate was and normally each couple is sharing one dish. So when the dish come, I was staring at a 30cm in diameter huge plate. The rice filled more than half of the plate and the protein is the same size as the rice, with shaved cheese covering the top of my pork katsu. On the side, a few pieces of Japanese pickle and shaved cabbage. Staring blank at the plate, I was starting to wonder how am I going to finish it.The pork katsu is quite tender and the batter is very thin and crispy. The curry is thick, flavourful and generous in portion. As I have only ordered a spicy level of normal hot, they added only one chilli sauce heart shape. Although the katsu is tender, it is also very lean, so you can feel on some part to be dry, instead of juicy all over. For the curry, it is served just like a sauce instead of with potatoes and carrots like other normal Japanese restaurant. Service wise is very minimum. You place your order in the counter, make payment and they send the food to your table when it is done. So interaction with them is very minimum, other example of Japanese fast food culture with low labour cost involved. Like a normal Japanese establishment, we are still greeted very warmly as we enter or exit the restaurant.Overall, I find the portion is tremendous and generous, so you won't mind paying a little bit more. Thus, if you are looking for a place to satisfy your Japanese Curry, give this restaurant a try. I assure you that you won't come out unfulfilled. Kanpai! Cheers!For the complete Chubby Botak Koala experience, click / copy the link below to your browser:http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2013/11/monster-curry-monster-in-size-monster.html continue reading
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