Tengawa is the first restaurant in Singapore to specialise in Japanese white curry, prepared using fresh Hokkaido milk. Choose from crunchy ebi fry, juice pork patty or tasty chicken katsu, paired with truffle oil chawanmushi. Simply oishi!
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9 Raffles Boulevard
#02-16 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Price

~$20/pax

Reviews at Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry

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White Curry Seafood Udon & Iberiko Katsu White Curry Rice
β€’ All sets come with a truffle oil chawanmushi, miso soup and free flow green tea.
β€’Non-spicy like most Japanese curry, taste decent but gets jelak after a while

πŸ‘Value for money amidst relatively pricey Milienia Walk restaurant.
πŸ‘ŽTaste decent but not something that you will craved, not much wow factor other than being white.
Rate: πŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€

White Curry Seafood Udon & Iberiko Katsu White Curry Rice
β€’ All sets come with a truffle oil chawanmushi, miso soup and free flow green tea.
β€’Non-spicy like most Japanese curry, taste decent but gets jelak after a while

πŸ‘Value for money amidst relatively pricey Milienia Walk restaurant.
πŸ‘ŽTaste decent but not something that you will craved, not much wow factor other than being white.
Rate: πŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€

Set meal comes with chawanmushi, and clam soup. Price was good, portions were decent.
Wasabi edamame had a strong wasabi kick.
chawanmushi was really smooth, tasty and honestly one of the better ones BUT it was marketed as truffle chawanmushi and there was no truffle taste at all

Came by with a friend who's been here and has had almost everything on their menu. You'd might be surprised that instead of the usual sweet Japanese brown curry that we're all familiar with, Tengawa serves up a savoury white version! They have 5 items on the menu currently - Premium Ebi Fry, Juicy Hamburg, Crunchy Chicken Katsu, White Curry Seafood Udon and Iberiko Katsu, with another dish (Mayo Salmon Katsu) launching soon. Thought it was quite pricey at first but every set comes with their Tengawa Special Chawanmushi (had a very smooth texture with hints of truffle), plus FREE FLOW clear clam soup, pickled vegetables and rice!

The white curry has its color due to the addition of Hokkaido milk. Wasn't really a fan at first but I've got to say it grew on me! It's more creamy, not as sweet and slightly peppery with hints of the cheesy sort of flavour, with its consistency like a thick stew. The chicken katsu wasn't the most juicy (gimme some fats please) but still fried relatively well and tender. I really liked that they serve clam soup (I would have had more bowls if I wasn't so full) instead of the usual miso, and thumbs up to the prompt service!

We chance upon Japanese white curry and decided to try it; the main difference between the normal Japanese curry and the white one is that the latter is made using fresh Hokkaido milk without tumeric, which explains the lack of the yellow colour.

The chicken katsu here was crunchy on the outside but yet juicy inside, a lot better than the dry pork katsu. Spiciness wise, the kick was non existent πŸ˜‚the white curry was creamier and has a more sticky texture and coats on the rice really well although the dish itself could definitely do with more curry β—‘Μˆ

9/10
The chawanmushi has truffle oil in it, best chawanmushi I ever had. Service could better.

The pork cutlet was crispy & yet not too dry. The set came with special Chawanmushi and it was heavenly soft & silky πŸ‘πŸ»For big appetite consumers, the clear soup with white clam, rice & vegetable pickles are Free Flow πŸ˜ƒ
Do come with an open mind with zero expectation on spiciness as you would not taste a single bit of spiciness in this rich creamy white curry
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#burpple

The chicken katsu was indeed pretty crunchy, but it was also a bit too dry for my liking. The taste of the white curry was also rather forgettable. Maybe because I'm used to the taste of the typical Japanese curry and wasn't sure what to expect of the white curry. As for the katsu, perhaps the pork katsu would have been less dry, but I'm not sure if I'll be back to give it another shot.

We all chose katsu lol! And a good choice it was. Super crunchy and crispy batter with tender meat inside. All sets with free flow rice, miso soup (they have clams inside!!) and a truffle chawanmushi. πŸ˜‹ #burpple

Why is it called white curry I don't know.
Great set meal esp the chawa but the way I slurped everything down made me feel it was slightly overpriced at close to $20.

Enjoying white curry again. Rich curry flavor not sweet like normal Japanese curry. Chicken Katsu was crunchy outside with fresh Panko quoted and juicy inside. Hamburg was juicy and rich flavor of meat. Truffle oil chawanmushi made me fly. Free flow of rice, miso soup, vege pickers. Value for money and satisfied. Will definitely come back again.
Ave $16 per pax.

Truffle oil chawanmushi that has become my new fav! Yum Yum yum!

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1st time hearing of Hokkaido white curry coming to Singapore and of course I had to try it! We ordered these 2 sets, hamburg and chicken cutlet ($15.80 each) out of the 3 choices available (the 3rd option was ebi) Sure enough, it tasted really good, the curry was so yummy!! It tastes slightly more distinct than what you'll get from the normal brown curry, more flavourful thanks to the taste of the Hokkaido milk in the curry!😍 Would def visit this place again and again, it's really worth the price for the taste! Also, did I mention that the set comes with the Chawanmushi that's served in truffle oil?! TASTES SO GOOD!😍 The miso soup could have been better but then again I'm not a miso soup person HAHAHA. Overall experience: 8.5/10!

Yummy stuff. I especially liked that the Chicken Katsu was crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside, all without the usual greasy, fatty texture πŸ‘πŸ» This small Japanese diner only has three items on their menu, very easy to decide. All meals come with free-flow rice and miso soup (average S$14-16).

Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry serves up creamy white curry where fresh Hokkaido milk is added and turmeric that results in the yellowing of the curry is taken out. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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