Address: 4450 N. Tenaya Way, Suite 155
Status: Open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and until midnight on Friday and Saturday.
From the creators of Spring Valley’s Boba Hut, who have been serving up a successful merging of Chinese and Hawaiian favorites since 2015, newcomer Curry Hut debuts today at the northwest’s Golden Desert Plaza.
Described as “Japanese Thai fusion,” the menu allows diners to custom create a curry, add some uncommon side dishes, plus enjoy a wide variety of “specialty drinks.”
Curry Hut sits a few doors down from Saffron Flavors of India, close to the intersection of Tenaya Way and Craig Road.
The compact menu begins with the choice of a $6.85 base of white or brown rice, French fries, or lettuce, then the option of a Japanese, red or green curry sauce. Protein additions for an extra charge include chicken katsu or karaage, fried fish, shabu shabu chicken, shrimp croquette, mixed vegetables, and fried tofu.
Sides include a “curry burrito,“ spam musubi, okonomiyaki chicken katsu, deep-fried lobster balls, pickled ginger chicken katsu salad, and fried gyoza.
Like the Boba Hut original, the drinks menu features “slush,” hot and cold specialties, and smoothies that can be made to order with a sweetness level from 100 percent, all the way down to zero. Among the diverse selections, creamy taro, honey lemon green tea, “Tigers Blood” made with strawberry, watermelon, coconut, and condensed milk and a jasmine or matcha latte with “cheese cream.”
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