$10 for $20 Worth of Japanese Fusion Cuisine at Mr Curry
- Authentic Japanese curry
- Groupon can be used for food, drinks and desserts
- Bright and cheery décor
- Good for families and friends
- Limited Groupons available
months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required. Limit 1 Groupon per table of 1 to 2 pax, maximum 2 Groupons per table of 3 pax and above. Not valid with other promotions, discounts, and Waraku VIP Card.
Call 6221 8860 for reservation. Groupon printout MUST be presented.
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When you think of Sumo wrestlers, the words “hot” and “spicy” rarely come to mind to describe these heavyweight fighters. Pit this Japanese icon against another hot favourite with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Japanese curry cuisine at Mr Curry.
Located at The Central, Mr Curry is, like most things Japanese (with the exception of Godzilla and sumo wrestlers), a cute and cosy restaurant that serves a vast menu of Japanese curry. It is also part of the Waraku powerhouse, so good quality food is definitely in order here. With so many options to choose from, it will take a lot of will power even for a disciplined sumo wrestler to stick to a 2-meals-a-day diet. For the faint-hearted, tackle anything from the Standard Curry Menu ($8.80 to $14.80) for an introduction. The Katsu Curry Rice ($10.80) and Salmon Ikura Horenso Cream Omurice ($10.80) are elementary choices for first-timers. If your stomach can handle something more adventurous, the Curry Pan Nabe selections ($9.80 to $12.80) or Beef Curry Risotto ($12.80) are representatives of east-meets-west cuisine that are bound to test your thresholds for fusion food. Diners are given four types of curry options to choose from – Original Sauce, Red Sauce, Black Sauce, and White Sauce with three levels of spicyness.
Sumo wrestlers typically skip breakfast to keep metabolism low, but for the rest of us, a similar omission is usually a consequence of waking up late. Keep your energy tanks well stocked in the morning with Mr Curry Fruits Salad ($8.80) or a Red Bean Sandwich ($6.80). Sweet lovers are not ignored in the sidelines; desserts such as Mr Curry Mango Parfait ($8.80) and Japanese Stick Cakes ($3.30 each) add balance to their heavier and fuller counterparts.
A sumo wrestler may be subjected to a strict diet program, but unlike those Japanese champions, the local pride here usually involves lots of eating. Be a champion in your own right and eat only as much as your Groupons allow.
“This curry offshoot of the Waraku chain boasts an extensive menu of curry dishes served with omelets and rice; along with a menu of drinks and of course, desserts. Kids will love this place with its bright, cheery décor, enthusiastic service and accessible dishes.” I-S Review
“I have fallen in love with Waraku’s Mr Curry. It is totally awesome. My friends brought me to The Central branch and I am totally hooked on. I ordered the curry sausage omu rice. It was fabulous. They were very generous with their sausages. The curry goes really well with the rice. They serve the curry separately from the rice so u can add as much as you want. As a whole, I totally love this experience!” - calina