We ignored the advice of one reviewer who said to “never, ever eat” the video game-inspired dish, but was our courageous decision a foolish one too?
Join us for the latest installment of our no-holds-barred reporter biting off more than he can chew (literally, in this case).
Ready-to-eat curry isn’t just for the spice-craving survivalist anymore, not when it looks and tastes good, and when there’s also curry for dessert!
This revamped instant matcha curry improves on taste, cuts back on the bitterness.
Finally, curry the way its meant to be eaten: cascading.
Hungers carnal and culinary allegedly satisfied by group operating in capital’s Shibuya district.
Perhaps the most portable curry ever developed can be yours for a mere 30 yen.
Meteorite Curry and Amethyst Panna Cotta are just two of the elegant and educational foods at Usaginonedoko.
Achieving enlightenment doesn’t usually stimulate your appetite, but it just might with this special incense!
Or grilled fish, if you’re in the mood for something healthier.
Not quite ready to say goodbye to the cherry blossoms? Then it’s time to enjoy some sakura curry.
Package promises three “butthole balls” in each box!
Never get between a boy and his curry.
Curry or cake…. Why not both?
We’ve had our expectation betrayed by “matcha” foods before, but what happens when we try this instant curry from Kyoto?
Now you can have a romantic dinner and chocolate all wrapped up in one package!
Sure, Diesel can make a nice pair of jeans, but can it handle curry and deep-fried ham?
Sangatsu no Lion (March Comes in like a Lion) has a limited-time cafe serving food right out of the manga!
Now, this is certainly unlike any curry we’ve seen before!
Most commonly enjoyed with McNuggets and fries, could this tasty sauce also be a handy condiment for cooking?