Curry-Ya Uptown is now open!
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1467 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10027
Noon - 9:00PM
Harlem + Bespoke introduced our Curry-Ya Uptown debut in its article:
"This 21-seater has a more cozy feel than its sleeker downtown counter part and uptowner will definitely want to go out of their way to try the unique dish on the menu. Most Japanese curry restaurants serve the classic fried cutlet of pork or chicken on top of a bed of rice and sauce. At Curry-Ya, diners can have it the standard way or for a little more have everything served up in cast iron pot with a layer of cheese and a baked egg."Read More
Curry-ya: A Food Wonder of New York
Curry-Ya in featured in this unique NY guide book titled "New York's One-Food Wonders:
Guide to the Big Apple's Unique Single-Food Spots by Mitch Broder.
Curry-ya starts offering Baked Curry to Go & Delivery today!
Please note that it takes extra 15 minutes to prepare.
Curry-ya introduces NEW TOPPINGS!
Please try some of them with your favorite curry...
Curry-ya Featured in NY Post
“My philosophy is you don’t need to fly to Japan, you can enjoy good Japanese food in the East Village,” says restaurant king Bon Yagi, who owns five Japanese restaurants in the East Village neighborhood. His recipe begins with a bouillon- based soup made with carrots and potatoes, 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.Read More
Curry-Ya participates JAM (Japanese Art Festivals )on 11/9/2012~11/11/2012
Curry-Ya will join this year's JAM, Japanese Arts Matsuri 2012!
This is the largest Japanese performing arts festival in America. Please stop by and enjoy performances by Japanese artists & a lot of food venders.
For more information found at JAPANESENETWORK.ORG.Read More
Curry-Ya salutes New Yorkers. We are back in business after Storm Sandy
Hello all, we are back in business on 11/3/2012 after superstorm Sandy passed.
Please stop by and enjoy our curry, one of the most comforting food in New York!
We respect the strength of New Yorkers and our hearts go to the ones who still struggle through this difficult time.Read More
Introducing Baked Curry
Have you ever heard of Baked Curry, the dish is undeniably one of the most popular dish in Japan?
Baked Curry, known as Yaki-Curry in Japan, is is originated at the cafe in small town called Moji Port Town inKita Kyushu around 1950s. One day its chef made curry gratin using left-over curry, and it came out amazing delicious and became a signature dish soon after.
Since Moji Port, located on the northen tip of Kyushu, was prosperous international trading port from Meiji period to World War II, we can imagine how deeply Western culture influenced the dining culture around this town. Results? Please try Baked Curry at Curry-Ya and you tell us!Read More
Try our new dessert at Curry-Ya, Baked Custard Pudding!
We started serving dreamy-creamy, Baked Custurd Pudding. It literally melts in your mouth!
Don't miss it, it's limted-time only! $4.50
T.I.C. Restaurant Group participates in charity Dining Out For Japan, Japanese Earthquake relief.
First, our hearts go to the people who endured this unbelievable disaster in Japan.
Thank you for your recent donation to the Japan’s earthquake disaster via a charity titled Dining Out For Japan! We are happy to report you that the event was a big success.
From March 23rd to March 30th, TIC restaurants group raised over $20,000!. We are still collecting your donation for the disaster. Japan will rise and shine sooner with your support! For information, please ask our staff.
Curry-Ya proudly participates in Time Out For Hunger 2011.
Time Out For Hunger is a partnership between Time Out New York, Food Bank For New York City and participating restaurants that agree to support the effort by donating 10% of their proceeds on Sunday, March 20th, 2011. Food Bank For NewYork City recognizes 28 years as the city's major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty assistance, the Food Bank tackles the hunger issue on three fronts-food distribution, income support and nutrition education- all strategically guided by its research.Read More
Introducing two Yo-Shoku Menu: Hayashi Rice & Hamburg Stew
Hayashi Rice is one of the most popular Western-Style dish in Japan. So what is Hayashi Rice? It usually contains beef, onions and several mushrooms, in a thick demi-glace sauce which often contains red wine and tomato sauce. This sauce is served with steamed rice. It resembles Japanese curry and usually appears on menus alongside curry. Curry-ya starts serving Hayashi Rice and Hamburg Stewon May 1st. We would like you to enjoy them!Read More
We wish you a happy new year! We are looking to seeing you at Curry-Ya very soon..Read More
Delicious news: Same flavorful curry; Better prices.
Heeding the insightful recommendations given to us by our loyal customers, Curry-ya will offer the same mouthwatering Curries for a more appetizing, lower price starting November 1st. The meticulously prepared Japanese gourmet Curry will leave both your belly and your wallet well satiated.What can be better than this?