2131 Sawtelle Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002534.038968 -118.442123
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: West LA, West Los Angeles
With delicious spicy curry, fried chicken pasta and a great happy hour, this crowded little spot is great for a quick bite or a late night dinner.
Affordably priced Japanese comfort food in the form of beef, chicken, pork or veggie curry dishes over rice or spaghetti. The strip mall's valet service eases the parking problem of congested Sawtelle Boulevard.
Quality of food has declined – I came here the other night, and I felt the food has declined tremendously. I ordered my usual fav pork cutlet curry and the pork was dry, overcooked, and rubbery. The curry lacked flavor. My friend ordered the chicken curry and it was pretty bland. I was quite disappointed.
Good value – Fast. Cheap. Good. Dependable. And close to my house! The only thing i don't like is having to valet my car to pick up food.
Good Curry!!!! – I come here often enough to tell you that this place has a mighty fine chicken curry. The sauce is perfect, and the slow cooked chicken in the curry is so tender and moist. Very reasonably priced and your stomach will be satisfied. I recommend this place to anybody who likes good curry.
Great Japenese Curry – this is a great place for people who like curry but might not be an expert. I thought the food was great and i am very picky on Japenese food. I would recommend the Tokyo curry, but the portion of this meal is smaller than the others. Also top it off with the green tea ice cream to make the meal complete. The parking outside was horrible and I had to end up parking in a shady garage near there. the place is small and would not be good for parties of over 4, however the price was right and my party of two was seated promptly without a reservation.
Almost perfect... – I've been eating Japanese curry for years now and can somewhat tell the difference between good curry and not-so-good curry. The quality of the chicken katsu is the best in the area; I recommend it more than any other place here. The curry in other establishments is a BIT better, but Hurry Curry comes close. A bit nicer inside than other places. Free valet parking.
It made my dead grandma's mouth water... – I've been to Tokyo and this place offers pretty damn good Japanese Curry. My only complaint is since they have gotten bigger you sometimes don't get the really good slow cooked chicken curry they used to always have. Regardless of the changes, this is highly recommended for any Curry lover out there. I usually order take-out but the service is fine here also. I am not a big complainer of customer service....I come from a culture where you have to practically scream to get the waiters attention. If you never had curry period and are willing to experiment, this would be the perfect place!
Excellent in every way! – I love this restaurant! This has to be one of the best katsu restaurants in the whole city of los angeles (or maybe in the area). The chicken cutlet curry is the ultimate best dish at this restaurant. Second has to be the chicken pasta (if some people dont like the pasta noodles, try the chicken pasta sub rice). I love the white sauce for this wonderful dish! For the appetizer, the fried shrimp is very yummy. Last but the least, gotta love their salad dressing! oh yes, and need to come around 8 or before during the weekend nights, waiting for seats can get too long.
Hurry...to Hurry Curry!!! – Great lunch spot even if crowded at times...the curry is excellent and it fills you up..My favorite? The chicken katsu (breaded chicken breast) curry by far...delicious!!
BEST BANG for your BUCK – This place is amazing. Food is wonderful, and the prices are so cheap! This great little restaurant can satisfy my lunch cravings every day of the week.
not impressed – I have to disagree with the glowing reviews here. I understand this is a popular place, but I can't see why. My Japanese-American friend and I had to try the chicken cutlet curry, but we weren't impressed at all. She absolutely hated it, and didn't find it at all authentic, especially the too-thick consistency of the curry sauce. I liked it better, but I have to agree that the sauce did seem overly thickened and very heavy. Moreover, we couldn't distinguish between our orders, even though she got spicy, and I got extra spicy. Everything else was just adequate. If I am going to splurge on a meal that includes breaded and fried chicken, this isn't going to be my choice.
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