435 Orchard Road
#04-02/38 Stall 11 Wisma Atria Food Republic
Singapore 238877

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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My go to curry place (this and the one at vivocity) cos it's much cheaper than monster curry and coco ichibanya

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Overall 8/10. Gripe: ingredients were hardly warm at all. Btw the picture was taken after the portion was split in two and after a hungry student ate three bites.
Three options for equally huge plates turned up at $14.80, $16.80 and the ultra $19.80 with varying amounts of ingredients. We went for the $16.80 and boy was the plate heavy to hold and heavy on the stomach. Sure, the curry was pretty okay and the rice was atypically japanese. The stars are the ingredients, two fried ebi, three pieces of Japanese fried chicken huge karaage style and two rows of tonkatsu chicken katsu. Such was the portion of ingredients that two people couldn't finish it there.


Japanese ultimate original curry [$19.80] which includes 1pork cutlet, 1chicken cutlet, 4 pieces of chicken karaage, 2 ebi tempura, 1 potato croquette and 1 flavoured egg accompanied with a load curry that was to die for. Only downside was the fried stuffs were already lay out outside of the stall so they weren't freshly out of the fryer hot

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Guess how much is this? It's only $6.80 for such a big portion! The flavour of the curry and bomb and the chicken cutlet is crispy, really good! πŸ˜‹ so worth eating!

This monster of a plate comes with a huge mound of rice, two big bowls of curry, 1 pork katsu, 1 chicken katsu, chicken karaage, tempura ebi, 1 hard boiled egg and 1 potato croquette, all for a price of $19.80.

While the karaage was pretty decent, it was the katsu that I enjoyed more - the breading soaks up the curry for that super shiok mouthful.

The croquette was surprisingly tasty, and I wished that we could have swapped out the ebi for that instead.

The serving size was pretty big and even when shared amongst two, by the end of the meal we were stuffed (and we still had a big pile of rice left over!).

Also, because all of the toppings were fried, it got a little too jelak by the end of the meal. There is only so much fried food one can take in a single sitting! I'd say that this plate could even be shared amongst 3 people.

Overall a plate of decent quality curry rice for that price point.

Situated right in front of the escalator on the 4th floor of Wisma Atria, this store has even been featured in The Straits Times.
I had the fish tonkatsu curry ($7.50) which I shared with a friend. The portion is huge if you eat it solo!
The popular Giant Japanese Curry Rice ($19.80) comes with 1 pork cutlet, 1 chicken cutlet, 4 pieces of chicken karaage, 2 ebi, 1 potato croquette and 1 egg. Best not to eat before another 5 hours in the office. Almost guaranteed to put you in a food coma...