Hurry Curry of Tokyo first opened its doors in our West Los Angeles location in 1989. After spending time researching Japanese curry houses in Tokyo ... More
Hurry Curry of Tokyo
Hurry Curry of Tokyo first opened its doors in our West Los Angeles location in 1989. After spending time researching Japanese curry houses in Tokyo in the 1980's, our goal was to bring the wonderful flavors and value of these popular restaurants to Los Angeles. Working with Japanese chefs from Tokyo, we developed our own original blend of 21 spices for our signature curry sauce. Our customers tell us this is why they keep coming back.
Be aware that if you don't valet your car, you'll find yourself parking blocks away or performing vehicular aerobics, as you vie for parking on the tiny street that is Sawtelle Blvd.
Thankfully, after you endure this parking gauntlet, you'll be rewarded with the cheap and delish food inside Hurry Curry of Tokyo, one of the many Japanese restaurants in this plaza.
The cutlet chicken curry dish is the most popular and comes with a salad, which unfortunately, is very soggy.
But the curry is perfect to the core, and the chicken is light in taste and texture despite its heavy frying. Combine all with white rice and mix, and you'll be in curry heaven.
The menu is also of interest: The cover has a picture of three Japanese schoolgirls, one of whom is licking her lips. Though it seems innocent, knowing how pervy the Japanese are in terms of schoolgirls, it just made me feel awkward; the same awkwardness that I get when I accidentally click on certain links at Asian Thumbs, uh, of course, when I accidentally type it in my address bar, uh, accidentally, uh, of course!
Anyway, the servers are extremely helpful and nice, making Hurry Curry of Tokyo a perfect spot for a quick lunch or dinner, given that you actually find parking.
The restaurant is always fun to go to. It has a young crowd. Food is cheap and the extra spicy curry is extremely hot! I've also been to Curry House (across the street) and this place is much better. Curry House's curry is not spicy at all. Service is not so great because they are usually really busy. But the wait for a table is usually not more than 15-20 for a small party.
Been going here since my college years. The ownership change has created some changes in the food but still overall decent. Service can be decent some days and sometimes so-so. Rice could be better but the curry is still top notch.
The curry is good. But I do not appreciate having to pay extra for some sprinkles of veg. in the curry sauce. That is terrible. Price is kinda of high. Mom and pop's cook just as good for half the price.
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