Tuesday, July 26, 2016

King Kong Curry - Affordable Curry Rice For Everyone


The growth of curry house is significant in Singapore. From a small stall in hawker food centre until the fancy one who stands alone as the big restaurant might be appeared differently. Perhaps, if you are looking for the most affordable one who served good curry dishes then King Kong Curry could be the idea.



Located at the West side of Singapore, this brand only owned a small stall inside the NTUC Foodfare. But still they got a lot of customer every single hours. Perhaps, King Kong Curry specialty is serving more than 15 selection of curry dishes. But still the good one is only a few. What is it? Just watch this.


Start with King Kong Curry signature dish called Chicken Cutlet Curry (S$ 6.50). It's simple, rich and delicious. Best part of this dish is starts when that juicy-tender chicken mixed with the premium-tasty curry sauce on side. Does one bite is enough? Not really sure about that, then you need to proof it.


Are you looking for the uncommon one? I think this Osaka-style Chicken with Nanban sauce Curry (S$ 5.50) could be the idea. The main differences is located at the additional mayo sauce on top of that chicken nuggets. It might be appeared so simple, perhaps the taste is pretty good. Logically there is nothing wrong with this.


As the most significant dishes in King Kong Curry, Fish Fillet Curry (S$ 7.50) would satisfy you a lot. It's crispy, fresh and rich of flavour. My suggestion is to add Omelette (S$ 2.00) for better presentation and texture. How about the calories? It's even worth the calories.


Small doesn't mean not really impactful. Perhaps, my current obsession is to discover better food with affordable taste to be shared with everyone. King Kong Curry is absolutely include on that category. 

King Kong Curry
3155 Commonwealth Avenue West (#04-10)
Clementi Mall
Nearest MRT: Clementi
Operational Hours: 
10.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)



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