There’s new Japanese restaurant in town and it will get you Curried away with its unique Japanese experience. Eri Curry offers a taste of what Japanese comfort food is like.
Yup it’s curry, Japanese curry. I was surprised to be eating curry in a Japanese restaurant, but it ended up being surprised for having tasted one great meal. It is said that the Japanese curry was introduced by the British who discovered it from Indians in the 19th century. The Japanese reinvented the curry sauce to suit their oriental taste, giving it a milder flavour and a thicker sauce. It turned out really good as it became one of the most served dishes in Japan and also considered one of their comfort food.
At Eri Curry you can customize your Japanese curry meal in four easy steps.
Step 1: Choose Your Curry Plate
- Katsu Curry
- Thin Sliced Beed
- Crunchy Squid
- Shrimp and Mushroom
Step 2: Choose Your Rice Portion
If you ask me, 400 grams isn’t enough, the curry sauce is just sooo good!
Step 3: Choose Your Spice Level
Are you Sporty Spice, Baby Spice, Scary Spice, Ginger Spice, Posh Spice? Well, they’re all hot in their own way. Going back to Eri Curry, you can choose from Just Right(mild), Spicy(yup, it’s spicy), Fiery(turn on the sprinklers)
Step 4: Add Toppings
There’s a lot to choose from – crispy chicken, fried squid, thin sliced pork, eggplant and asparagus, and tomatoes.
My level of confidence that day made me choose a Fiery spice level on a thin slice of beef curry plate and I regret that I didn’t get to choose enough rice. The curry taste is so good and it’s perfect with the thin sliced beef. The Fiery level is more than I was expected, and I was torn between giving up and getting more, but the beef and the curry were more than enough reasons to keep on eating.
Eri Curry also offers the Japanese favorite Maki such as Sakana Warm and Tender, Kani Warm and Tender, Sugoi Maki Spicy. What we had that day was Ebi Futo, delicious shrimp Maki with romaine lettuce and cucumber.
At Eri Curry, it’s not just the food that gives comfort, but also the place. The interior gives an oriental feel that makes you feel at home, and enjoy your time eating with friends and family.
I just have one favor to ask if you ever visit Eri Curry. Please say “Hi!” to Chef Erica for me. Thanks!