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KING KONG CURRY





There’s also the Ebi Fry ($2.50), a plate of three fried prawns coated in breadcrumbs. It’s served with a drizzle of mayonnaise and cabbage.

​There’s a lot more on the menu including Pork Shabu Shabu Curry ($4.00), and Fish Katsu Curry ($4.50) for us to plan a return visit. Plus, there’s an assortment of toppings including cheese,


Fret not, no gorillas were hurt in the making of curry rice. Perhaps the boss was inspired by King Kong’s sub-cultural popularity in Japan. The dishes are mostly drenched in curry, with the menu consisting of pork, chicken and fish as the staples. We had a go at some of the dishes and the curry sauce was adequately thick and tasty – so licking good that we finished all of it. Basically, we feel that anything fried goes well with curry. But the highest contender on the menu is the Katsu Curry ($4.50). Fried pork cutlet and rice drenched in a generous pool of curry. It certainly gets the praise it deserves because we can’t complain about the portions and the flavor of the dish with a price tag under five bucks.