Eri Curry: Japanese Curry at its Finest!

Sunday, October 26, 2014



I am starting to get bummed out by the fact that I cannot put makeup on my now healing skin (Oh, thank goodness!). A little flashback: I had a severe allergic reaction to an indi skincare products that I tried a few backs. My skin got burned and became extremely sensitive. No need to worry, though, I am currently under topical and oral medications which, so far, are working effectively. With all that being said, I don't think I can post mug shots anytime soon unless you want to see my burned face in its full glory. Give me two weeks to fully recover from this trial and my usual face makeup posts will be back -- groovin' and kickin'.

For the mean time, let's talk about food! Just recently, Eri Curry open its doors to give Filipinos a taste of Japanese curry.


Not everyone is familiar with Japanese curry. It is not the usual curry that we grew up with, Japanese curry has a milder flavour and a thicker sauce. Until now, I still haven't figured out, and I don't know anyone who knows, what kind of spices are in its sauce. One thing is for sure though, the spices blend perfectly together to give curry a whole new heavenly taste.


Eri Curry makes the experience more exciting by letting customers customize their meals 4 simple steps:
Step 1: Choose your curry plate -- You can choose from Katsu, Crispy Chicken, Thin Sliced Beef, Crunchy Squid, Shrimp and Mushroom.
Step 2: Choose your rice portion -- Got a serious appetite? Eri Curry serves best Japanese rice in your choice of 200, 300 or 400 grams portion.
Step 3: Choose your spice level -- Curries are known to have a sting of spice and Japanese curry is no exemption. There are 3 spice levels in Eri Curry: Just Right for a mild, no hint of spice flavor, Spicy for a slight kick of spice and Fiery for an all the way kick.


I wanted the best for my first time so I went with the best-seller, Crispy Chicken in Just Right level sauce. Never did I thought chicken curry could taste this better! It looks like the usual fried chicken but the curry sauce brings it to a new level. Definitely worth trying!


I am no good when it comes to the taste of authentic Japanese curry but I know someone who has tasted the bests in Japan. My bf stayed in Japan for more than 2 years and I am pretty confident he knows how authentic Japanese curry tastes like. He (actually, we) wanted to check if Eri Curry is at par with Japanese curry houses so he went with his usual Katsu in spicy sauce.


He immediately commented on how the curry is Eri Curry looks almost the same with the ones in Japan. As with the taste, he approves that Eri Curry really does offer an authentic Japanese curry! He cannot pinpoint a single difference with the taste that we had to ask if the house chef was imported from Japan. Haha! As with the spice level, the ones in Japan are way too spicy. There are only 3 spice levels while in Japan they have up to 10! Of course, Eri Curry has to tweak it a bit to suit the taste buds of Filipinos.


Indeed, Eri Curry brings in the tastes of authentic Japanese curry. Each and every bit of the food they have is worth coming back for!

Not fond of curries? Don't worry, Eri Curry has a lot to offer. But trust me, you'll change your views on curry once you get to tastes the ones Eri Curry has!

Eri Curry is located at the 3rd level of SM Megamall Atrium, Building A.
Facebook: http://facebook.com/EriCurry2014
Twitter: @eri_curry
Instagram: @eri_curry


Love,

♥ Jes ♥



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