2 Handy Road
#B1-01/02/03 The Cathay
Singapore 229233

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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11:30am - 09:30pm

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A new eatery has taken up residence in The Cathay to help you out with your lunch time woes. Get the best of both worlds when you order the Chicken Katsu & Ebi Fry Set ($8.80) — thick creamy Japanese curry with crisp and juicy battered goodness all in one plate! The spice level of your curry can be adjusted according to your preference. We hear that Level 3 is quite mild, so opt for Level 4 and up if you're a spicehead! Other offerings include the flavourful Traditional Prawn Noodle ($5.90) with refillable broth and generous portions of noodles.
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Craving thick creamy Japanese curry and tempura? For the price, this meal was pretty dang good! Generous in portion and not too oily for how crisp the batter was! It was perfectly flaky on the outside and juicy on the inside. YUM. Also the curry had a level from 1-4, 4 being the spiciest. I opted for level 3 and it was alright. If you like something spicier, go for 4.

Affordable, no-frills, satisfying! If you’re around town and crave prawn noodles, check this spot out! They offer both dry or soup options and I opted for the latter. The soup was flavourful enough and the portions were pretty generous. Came with three prawns and a couple of pork slices. Pretty alright for the price and convenient location!

From the new Chef Street at The Cathay, which is opened by the same folks behind Chef Avenue at Tai Seng. Occupying a smaller floor area where now-defunct E-Grill & Pizza was situated, Chef Street is essentially a slightly different concept where patrons would order at the counter, while the concept also features only a small selection of stalls brought over from Chef Avenue (e.g. Nasi Padang, Japanese Curry, Prawn Noodles and Sumiyaki Coffee).

Priced well below S$10.00, the Pork Katsu Ebi Curry Rice is generously portioned for its price. Whilst the Pork Katsu does take a little effort to chew, the panko-crumbed fillet was crisp on the exterior and well-sized for bigger eaters. Fried Ebi was also of decent quality, carrying a crisp exterior. Patrons can opt for the level of spiciness of their Japanese Curry from Level 1 to 4; can't remember what I exactly went for but it is something in the middle — the curry sauce, though not as thick and dense as other places would serve, was definitely pretty punchy and spicy given how it gave a kick even for those acceptable to moderate levels of spiciness, and a great accompaniment to the short-grained rice. Fried egg was crisp on the edges, with a flowy egg yolk. Pickles and shredded cabbage are included for a refreshing crunch; the former also helping to cut through all that heaviness with its tangy notes. A pretty affordable option within the mall in town!