This brave little spot opened in the midst of the pandemic, and the Coal Drops Yard restaurant scene is all the better for it. It’s a tiny little Japanese curry shop with a super concise menu. We’re talking literally three things: beef curry, chicken curry, and vegan curry - all of which come with rice, and all of which are under a tenner. The curry sauce here is the kind of rich, thick sauce that has all the same wellbeing benefits of a weighted blanket. It’s comforting, nap-inducing, and, overall, a great experience. This is a lunch that keeps you going until the evening, whether you get it to takeaway, or eat at one of the outdoor tables on Stable Street, with an ice-cold Ramune to wash it down with.
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