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Boba Hut Expanding to The Northwest with Curry Hut

Build-your-own Japanese Thai fusion curries

Curry Hut
Curry Hut
Bradley Martin

It began with a Chinese and Hawaiian fusion concept in 2015 and now Spring Valley casual favorite Boba Hut is expanding its horizons, with the merging of two different ethnic cuisines.

Under construction at the northwest’s Golden Desert Plaza, the new venture sits a few doors down from Saffron Flavors of India, close to the intersection of Tenaya Way and Craig Road.

Curry Hut fuses Japanese and Thai flavors in a simple menu that lets diners customize their curry dishes.

A current, pre-opening menu explains that patrons will first pick a base, priced at $5.95, of white or brown rice, fries or a "spring mix," then a choice of Japanese, red or green curry sauce. Protein additions for an extra charge include chicken katsu or karaage, fried fish, stewed shrimp, lobster balls, mixed vegetables and fried tofu.

Other extras of cheese, fried egg and spam, join side orders like fried gyoza and spam musubi. Specialty drinks include milk teas, oolong cream and jasmine and matcha lattes and they will also be serving “slush drinks” and smoothies.

Opening hours are expected to be daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and until midnight on Friday and Saturday. An exact opening date in January has yet to be announced.

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