Eri Curry SM Megamall

Kitchen has been a favorite part of the house. Although I don't spend much time but when I do you can expect a nice and decent meal for the day. You know me, I love to cook but there's one dish I find hard mastering, curry dish.

Eri Curry SM Megamall
Eri Curry SM Megamall

A couple of weeks ago, a friend invited us to try Eri Curry, it's the newly opened Japanese curry house located at the Atrium of SM Megamall.


Eri Curry SM Megamall

Eri Curry SM Megamall

Mommy Shen welcomes guests and talks about her love for curry dishes.

Eri Curry SM Megamall

Just before the store ribbon cutting, guests were delighted with a special Japanese dance performance held at the Atrium. Singer Pops Fernandez graced the event and joined the ribbon cutting.

Here's a little trivia:

Japanese curry originated from India but it was the British who introduced it to Japan in the 19th century. The Japanese reinvented the curry sauce to suit their discriminating taste, adding fruits to their stock for a more sweeter and milder flavor. Today, it's one of the most commonly served dishes in every Japanese household.

Eri Curry SM Megamall

I was able to tried two kinds of maki - California Maki and the Kani warm and tender. Between the two, I love the warm and outside crispiness of the Kani warm. A delicious cold Mojito was served as well, it's light and refreshing.

Eri Curry SM Megamall 

At Eri Curry, you can customize your curry dish the way you wanted to be and I'm so delighted they offer this. It's easy as 1-4 steps,

Step 1: Choose the type of curry
Katsu, Fried Fish, mushroom, fried shrimp, spinach with bacon and corn, vegetable curry, thin sliced beef, thin slice pork, eggplant, crispy chicken, fried squid and fried gyoza curry.

Step 2: Choose your rice quantity.

Eri Curry offers a unique Japanese curry with a Filipino twist. Every serving is packed with flavorful spices that suits your taste. We, Filipinos love to eat rice. It's our staple food. Personally, I can't live without rice and I'm glad Eri Curry offers the amount of rice you can consume. They satisfy every customer with so much rice they can eat and also prevent food waste by offering enough for those who have small appetite.


enjoying Eri Curry with fellow bloggers Ruth and Joy

Available in small (200 g), regular (300 g) and large (400 g). You just have to add P21.75 for the large size though.

Step 3: Choose level of spiciness.
Another best offering is customizing the level of spiciness. Personally, I cannot tolerate too spicy food. I usually go mild or not spicy food. Eric curry offers "just right", "spicy" or "fiery". What level of spiciness do you prefer?

Step 4: Customize your curry.

Eri Curry SM Megamall
Katsu Curry
Katsu in a pool of curry sauce, I just love it!

Well, not only the amount of rice and spiciness can you customize even the ingredients. By adding your favorite toppings, you can make the curry you fancy. You can choose from a wide variety of toppings for a minimal amount. Add spinach, bacon and corn; thin sliced pork; mushroom; katsu; fish fillet; fried squid; burger; quail egg; crispy chicken; fried shrimp or asparagus and cherry tomato.

Eri Curry SM Megamall 

Since then, I've been craving to a delicious katsu served with generous Japanese curry sauce. Indeed, I was #curriedAway and I can't wait for another serving of Eri curry! Have you tried it?

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