Having little idea of what was good from the place apart from hearing about their curry, I decided to wander off the beaten path to try something else instead and landed myself a maguro zuke don and their beef steak don. Both of which turned out to be really good choices. I couldn't really identify what about the tuna that was great. Perhaps it was the fact that the slices of tuna was of a really appropriate temperature. The result was tender and flavourful meat. Delicious with just a drizzle of shoyu and accompanied with a bit of that strong wasabi, it was something that I couldn't get enough of and I'm already deciding to come back again.
The beef steak don came in a form of sliced pan fried beef done medium with little but shoyu and butter. Again, this was also really good stuff. These couple of dons have assured my return at least for the next couple of times.
Another pleasant surprise came from their curry pork udon which featured a more savoury curry in comparison to the one that was used for the rice. I don't normally order udon much and I guess this would be one of those times that I'm pretty glad that I did. The noodles were soft and springy without being overly chewy and I'm guessing that this ought to be the correct texture of how they should be. Now that Wakashachiya is no longer around, this would probably be the next place I'll be seeing myself getting curry udon, even though there wasn't a cheese option available. The generous portions of shabu thin slices of pork buried underneath that savoury curry made up enough for it. Awesome option for those cool weathers, if only they would come more frequently.