Indulge in this new cuisine of White Curry from Sapporo???
Ramen or Rice or Udon choice is available.
Hokkaido White Curry @ Tengawa
Back by strong demand !
Sapporo beer 1 for 1 festival.
Pairing with our Chicken/ Iberiko/ Salmon Katsu and premium Ebi Fry?
When white curry met spicy? = Spicy white curry ramen. Another new challenge to your tongue.
Calling all Veggie Lovers! We hear you, and present the Vegetable White Curry specially for you! Taste the sweetness of the mushrooms and broccoli with the umami of our white curry.
Do you love Ramen or Udon, but find them too mild? Our Volcano Spicy Iberiko Pork Ramen & Udon is sure to give your tastebuds a kick!
What a way to start a Sunday - we just found out that we have been awarded Tripadvisor 2018 Certificate of Excellence!
Thank you to all who have visited us, and also those who took time to leave us reviews. It truly means a lot to us.
New!! 新しい‼️ White curry Ramen. 白い咖喱拉麵！Paring white curry with bonito soup, the light white curry broth mixed with black tiger prawn, Japan Scallop, white clam give you another experience of Ramen. No regret! 絶品。
- Khong YLoved their curry which is special in taste, with a tinge of spice after a while. Refreshing taste that isn't too overwhelming. The great thing is that the curry, rice, soup is refillable. It seems that the clam soup is no longer served, and currently the soup contains seaweed and tofu. Their chawanmushi that comes with the set is delicious.
- Anno VVery yummy, addictive, small place and cozy. Generous portion with free flow of curry, rice and the clam soup. The clam soup is soooo good, clear without any visible oil. The pork cutlet is well fried. Love this place, will visit again. Thanks to service staff who is kind and generous.
- Marklin AAn excellent plate of Japanese curry rice no matter what you order. The katsu was well battered with not much crumbs, just how I like it. It was also fried to perfection. The white curry was smooth and TBH, insufficient even after requesting a top up. The truffle chawanmushi was a clear winner for me. The truffle aroma made a otherwise mundane dish excellent. The soup had no oil, which was very surprising.