Curry evolves in unique ways in Japan. Japanese curry is mushier than Indian curry. Probably, it’s because we put curry roux on not naan but rice. There are 3 major restaurant chains in Tokyo. Coco Ichiban is the most popular.
|Coco Ichiban||C & C Curry Shop||Go!Go!Curry|
|Pork Cutlet Curry||700yen
|Payment||Staff||Vending Machine(Button)||Vending Machine(Panel)|
There are the amplest choices among 3 restaurant chains. More than 50 recipes, not only beef, pork, chicken but seafood and vegetables. Price depends on an amount of rice from 200 g(-51yen), 300 g(+0yen) to 1500 g(+1,488yen). You can choose spice level from mild, regular(+0yen) to 10(+105yen).
☆C & C Curry Shop
You can get a topping coupon every visit.
You can get a croquette with 2 coupons, a crispy baked fish with 4 coupons, vegetables with 6 coupons, pork curry with 10 coupons.
☆Go! Go! Curry
This restaurant is for big eaters.
100 yen discount for « Pork or Chicken Cutlet on Curry » is available from open till 5:55PM.
☆Price Comparison of Coco Ichiban around the world
Here is a list sorted by low price of Pork Cutlet Curry.
The best country for curry lovers is Thailand!
Korea is twice more expensive than Thailand. Unbelievable.
No.1. Thailand : 160 Baht :
499.89 yen(As of Jun 28th, 2014, 1B = 3.12 yen )
No.2. China: 38 Yuan :
619.61yen(As of Jun 28th, 2014, 1Yuan = 16.31 yen )
No.3. Japan: 700 yen
No.4. Hong Kong: HK$65 :
850.77yen(As of Jun 28th, 2014, HK$1 = 13.09 yen )
No.5. USA: $9.19 :
931.96yen(As of Jun 28th, 2014, $1 = 101.41 yen )
No.6. South Korea: 10,900 Won:
1089.60yen(As of Jun 28th, 2014, 1Won = 0.100 yen )
Although Matsuya is a Gyudon restaurant chain, in my opinion, Matsuya is better and cheaper than those 3 curry restaurant chains. But, Pork Cutlet Curry is not on the menu yet. I wish!