- First, you choose your rice volume – which ranges from 200g to 600g. 300g is that standard size of the published prices of the dishes shown in the menu, then you just add or deduct a certain amount from the price depeding on which volume you choose.
- Next, you pick a level of spiciness. There are 5 levels of spiciness starting from “Mild”, “Standard”, then going several notches higher until you get to “Crazy Hot”. Our orders were only within Mild and Standard, although personally these levesl were still pretty tame. You may want to get to the higher levels of hotness if you’re really after some heat in your mouth.
Cheese Hamburger Curry – Php 360.00
The lady serving us were honest enough to tell us that the “patty” of the Cheese Hamburger Curry would probably be not enough for sharing. It’s true, the size is smaller than what it seemed in the menu pictures, but what it lacked in size it made up for in taste, thanks to the surprise cheese in each patty.
Pork Cutlet Omelet Curry – Php 360.00
Soft and fluffy, the Pork Omelet Curry did well even without additional toppings. Imagine tonkatsu served with scrambled egg on top of hot, steaming, Japanese rice. Sadly though, the rice volume of omelet orders cannot be changed, and are fixed at 200g.
Fried Chicken Omelet Curry – Php 330.00
The chicken pieces reminded me of KFC’s fun shots. These are basically breaded chicken poppers, and it may be best not to expect much from the chicken part of this order. If anything, the egg, rice, and curry sauce was still pretty good, but I’d probably order more chicken toppings to fully appreciate the meal.