1 HarbourFront Walk
#02-126 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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humongous portions. the student meals r the best.

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My first taste of Monster Curry and had ordered a combo, which consisted of chicken katsu, 2pcs jumbo ebi and 2pcs sausages. Known for its curry and spicy level, Japanese curry tend to be on a sweeter side which complement well with the Japanese short-grain rice. The katsu was crispy and tender as well. Value for money, it was a relatively big portion for ladies so best to share (unless you are super hungry).

💵: $18.80

🤔: First time trying something other than their fried items and I quite liked it
This is pretty worth it imo as it also came with the egg which I usually have to add on
Beef was tender and not dry in any way, not bad indeed!

Would recommend sharing w friends bc the portions here r rly monstrous yo not kidding. The plate is maybe 2x bigger than my face? But my friends eat ALOT so we got one combo (for 2-3pax) & one ebi fry (1-2pax) to share among 3 of us. Food is p good I would say like comfort food can never go wrong ey. We got lvl 5 spicy but it was p okay not too bad just enough heat :-)


Giant plates and 6 levels of spicyness, that would probably be what Monster Curry was all about. Paying S$14.80 for this meal was considered quite value for money, considering that the portions were not overrated.

The Pork Shabu-Shabu Omelette Curry came with quite a good portion of sliced pork belly. Though it was only steamed rice under the blanket of egg omelette, the flavours were compensated by the pool of Japanese curry and the cabbage salad with sesame dressing and picked ginger.

But mind you, the chilli could blow you over the rooftop if you were not so much into spicy food, even with Level 1 spicyness (which was what you had seen on the photograph). To play safe, ask the waiters to serve the chilli separately and mix sparingly and cautiously to make the experience less fiery. When all else fails, bottled mineral water could be obtained at S$1.50 each.

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Did not try the actual monster curry as i came alone. Their normal curry was really good though. I dont eat a lot of japanese curry, but it is the best for as long as i remember. Do note tha5 the level one spiciness has already quite a kick to it 4.25/5