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SG | CoCo ICHIBANYA

Japanese businesses thrive here in Singapore.  Shops/fashion, food -- they are all well-received.  So when CoCo ICHIBANYA came to these shores, it was no surprise they'd be packed!

Coco Ichibanya

CoCo ICHIBANYA is touted as the world's largest Japanese curry rice chain.  Demi-glace with your choice of spiciness (5 levels, to be exact).

To order, you choose your main curry course (mine is the Pork Cutlet Curry Rice which costs S$12.90), select the quantity of rice (which sets them quite apart form the other Japanese demi-glace curry places I've tried) and decide on the spice level (from mild to crazy hot!)

You can also opt to add a topping (from egg to Wagyu beef steak - additional S$1.00 to 10), have additional curry sauce added and/or turn it in a set meal complete with salad and soup (add S$4.50).

Pork Cutlet Curry rice
So tasty and savoury.  I opted to have the standard spicy curry sauce with my meal and only half the rice.

Portions are a big huge.  You can actually opt to have this dish (full rice serving shared among 2 people).

If curry isn't your thing, CoCo ICHIBANYA also has other offerings, like this Seafood Spaghetti (S$12.90).

Seafood Spaghetti

Definitely worth coming back again and again.  😄

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CoCo ICHIBANYA
201 Victoria Street #01-10
Singapore 188067

T     6341 9978
W   http://cocoichibanya.com.sg/

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