{Japanese Style} Curry House

Cu-cu-curry House we went.

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Curry House is a Japanese-style Curry and Spaghetti Restaurant. They are known for their great tasting curries and huge serving entrees. I’ve never seen so many variety of curries. You can choose between beef, vegetable, chicken and seafood curries.

We haven’t been to this restaurant for a long time (more than a year) and I am glad to be back.

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Chris and I met up with our friends. The evenings are getting a little colder so having a warm meal at the Curry House warmed us nicely.

For starters, I had the corn chowder soup. It was creamy and not too salty. The corn flavor was great and I topped it with red hot sauce. Food Art?

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Stone Grilled Curry Rice with Eel (substituted with brown rice) is what I picked on the menu. It is new-to-me dish because I normally get the Tofu and Ground Turkey curry dish.

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It was sizzling and hot, hot, hot.

I quickly broke the raw yoke so it can cook while the stone was still hot.

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Mild Curry (vegetarian) was poured all over. Japanese curry taste a little sweeter compared to Indian curry. It’s milder in taste, yet it adds plenty of flavor.

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The eel was soft and tasted great. I loved all the fresh vegetables in the dish, I just wished there was more.

The plate wouldn’t be complete without more hot sauce and red pickles. As much as I had wanted to dig right in, I had to wait until the food cooled down.

I love eating stone grilled dishes, but I just have to remember to be patience when the food arrives.

The whole shebang.

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I can eat a spoonful of the red (daikon?!?) pickles with each bite. I think Chris finished a whole container on his own.

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Below is Chris’s plate, his hand in the picture is for size comparison. He ordered the Chicken Katsu plate with curry, eggs, fried rice and vegetables. With his appetite, he did not have any problem finishing it.

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Green matcha tea is also available for a refreshing drink.

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Everyone enjoyed their food and their favorite dishes. I now have a new favorite dish too. Hopefully we will be back again soon, maybe during a rainy night in the future.

The restaurant is quite small and there is usually a wait to be seated. We cleared our table and headed to Starbucks next door to continue our evening chatting away.

Pumpkin Spice latte is back!!

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We have an exciting weekend coming up.

Have a fun weekend and stay warm 🙂

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Comments

  1. Mmm corn chowder! What a cool dinner concept! And i could not be more excited about pumpkin spice!!

  2. looks like you had a great time…and i agree, the colder fall weather is definitely making me crave soup and all things warm.

    i just made a homemade pumpkin spice latte this morning…so good!

  3. Annette (Defiant Vegan) says:

    Yumm everything looks delicious!!

    Is that Peanut Sauce? oh boy love it if it is.

  4. Yumm! That looks so good! I haven’t tried much japanese food!

  5. YUM – that curry looks amazing! I haven’t tried this latte but have heard amazing things – must try it!

  6. Love, love, LOVE pumpkin spice latte’s! 🙂

  7. Oh my gosh! This looks delicious!

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  9. Wow, those really are huge portions! Everything looks delicious, though.

  10. Everything looks delicious especially the soup! I’m love a good bowl of soup. It’s so comforting 🙂

  11. i have yet to try daikon

  12. I love Japanse curry!! But I haven’t had any in a while because I realized they contain a lot of butter. But still, nothing beats some potatoes, rice, and brown curry!

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