WHAT IS JAPANESE CURRY?
Japanese curry at Curry-Ya is inspired by the curry served at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. What's the difference between Japanese Curry and Thai or Indian styles? The consistency of Japanese curry sauce is thicker, like a shimmering gravy, and the taste is a bit sweeter. The sweetness comes from caramelized onions, grated apples and carrots.
Japanese curry is a dish that is universally enjoyed in homes all over Japan. It's a classic comfort food and a simple taste reminiscent of mom's cooking, and a household staple with unique recipes that vary with each family and kitchen.
WHAT MAKES CURRY-YA SPECIAL?
All of our curry is made from scratch in-house every day. Our restaurants are intimate and comforting, with large portions and wholesome flavor that keeps you feeling satisfied all day.
Our recipe begins with a bouillon-based soup made with carrots and onions, which is stewed for three to four hours, strained, then cooked an additional three hours with spices. And to let the flavors shine, it’s not served until the third day.
We also have a signature dish: Baked Curry!
Your choice of curry, a gently baked egg, over a bed of rice. Topped with melted cheddar cheese and served in a warm cast iron dish.