Award-Winning Tokyo Curry Restaurant Opening In Novena, Cheese Fondue Hamburg Curry Rice Offered
Maji Curry boasts a three-cheese fondue sauce that’s poured over its Japanese curry rice dishes.
A fan of stew-like, comforting Japanese curry? Joining the likes of popular curry chains Monster Curry and Coco Ichibanya is Tokyo import, Maji Curry. The 22-seater restaurant (which has indoor and alfresco seats) will open its doors in late March at Square 2 shopping mall, Novena.
Maji means seriously in Japanese – so Maji Curry is, well, serious about its curry, which “boasts ten different spices, simmered for 100 hours”. Maji Curry’s Singapore branch is opened by Japanese F&B Company Sunpark. Their portfolio of brands includes ramen chain Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen and pancake specialist Belle-Ville Pancake Cafe.
Expect the price for a bowl of chicken-based curry to be “gentle on wallets, because we believe in quality food at value-for-money prices”, says Ariel Lee, director of Sunpark’s Singapore arm. Toppings with your kare raisu include mixed veggies, chicken katsu or hamburg steaks, with an option to drench the plate in a “cheese fondue” sauce comprising three different cheeses (which they decline to reveal).
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