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
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Level4 2014-08-21
Visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/04/monster-curry-food-republic.html As I walked into the bustling mall in Somerset 313 on a Friday night, I was rather lost as I usually find it quite difficult to secure a seat whenever I dine alone.I decided to give the food court a try and was surprised that there were still a number of seats available, perhaps, I still quite early for dinner.The usual cuisines from Food Court had bored me till I walked a few rounds in Food Republic, it was until I noticed Monster Curry and decided to walk closer to that area. The bright lited menu and the mock dishes on display had caught my attention, what's more, they had bar counter dining which fit me most as it was hassle free finding another table.Though Monster Curry was lauded for their Japanese curry rice where patrons get to choose the spice level of the curry, I decided to order something else and that was their pasta.Having glancing through the 4 kinds of pasta categories, namely tomato, Miso cream, Mentaiko and Japanese style based, I had the most traditional choice with the tomato sauce pasta. I did not have too much expectation since the stall main focus / signature dishes was its curry and especially when I saw people carrying mega-sized plates of curry rice around.Upon ordering, customers were given an alarm so that they can return to the counter when the food is ready.Ingredients used were from Italy and that includes their pasta, tomato, olive oil as well as Italian salt. My portion of sphagetti was served with a big bowl with pasta contained in sunken portion of it.Surprisingly, the pasta was cooked to Al Dente perfection which totally wiped off the thought that they were only good at Curry.Tomato Sauce were consistently spreaded the soften but firm sticks of spaghetti, I was impressed by how well the taste went with chicken, mushroom, broccoli altogether sprinkled with cheese powder. The strong fragrant of its mushroom had raised the standards of the dish.Yums!Given the chance to dine in two or more, I dont mind trying out their curry in the next round given since I find that the level of spiciness is kind of interesting. continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-15
Before monster curry, it was called Gogo Curry. And I was a big fan of Gogo curry. Now the name is changed, is the food quality changed too? Let's find out!My friend and I chose the super curry. It would be suitable for us two. When waiting for the curry to be served, I start to read their all new menu. The food has more variety now, Back then at Gogo Curry, they serve only few kinds of curry and size.Now the curry is served! Still, it is as impressive as the Gogo curry, huge! Our curry has shrimp, pork fish and the beef shabu shabu . There is also a small amount of cheese and cabbages by the side. The amount of the curry seems suitable. And so, we start eating eating and lastly finished the whole plate. The sides are tasty, the rice is well done, the curry are thick and yummy. I enjoyed sharing this big portion of curry with my friend. As far as I am concerned, The Monster curry is just as good as the Gogo curry, and even better! continue reading
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