Gardena >Curry House
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Families and trendy couples flock to this lively spot for Japanese curry.
Originally opened in Little Tokyo in 1983, this mini-chain brings Japanese curry to the masses. Enthusiastic crowds of 20-somethings, couples and families fill the dining room. Most curry dishes consist of battered and fried meat, poultry and seafood served over rice and covered with sweet-spicy Japanese brown curry gravy. Like its Japan-based counterparts, the kitchen also cooks up spaghetti and other noodle dishes. Servers prepare stone-grilled, seafood curry rice with calamari and scallops tableside in a cast-iron pot.
Reliable Japanese-curry and pasta dishes. A restaurant that can afford to lower its prices to 1985 levels for its 25th Anniversary sale throughout Los Angeles better be confident about its food and Curry House does not disappoint those who flock there for reliable Japanese-style curry dishes as well as spaghetti. While its a decent value at regular prices, it was a incredible value during the sale. My entire family including two boys with huge appetites found the Curry House a great place to celebrate. We will keep going there and are also looking forward to the 30th Anniversary.
You know you're in the right place for curry..
For years I have been passing this place up, but recently curiosity and a love for Japanese cuisine finally got to me. It has never failed - every time I've been by any of the South Bay Curry Houses during lunch or dinner, they are absolutely packed with people - mostly of Asian descent. And, as we all know, that is never a bad sign. I ordered the Beef Katsu Curry, which comes as a large panko-breaded patty on rice, slathered in your choice of curry spice level (I went for the mild), and a side salad with your choice of dressing. The curry sauce was rich yet not greasy, and there was almost too much for the amount of rice and meat on the plate. The beef was juicy and fried nicely, the panko breading really made it. The salad was topped with a ginger dressing (called Japanese dressing), which tasted great after the rich curry. Menu items here are no more than $15, and most are under $10. The staff is mostly Japanese and very friendly and attentive - despite hitting the lunch rush, I was in and out in 35 minutes.
Check out the website to see their full menu offerings, and thanks for reading.
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