Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Fried kaki curry rice from Romantic Kobe

After having these fried oysters with rice for a couple of times already down at Romantic Kobe (177 River Valley Road, #B1-50 Liang Court Shopping Centre, tel: 6333 0630), I'm glad to verdict-fy (premature as that might be) that it's good and it looked that they could be keeping some consistent standards here. At least I hope that to be the case. This place was certainly leagues ahead of that defunct outlet at United Square. The main draw for the kaki fried curry were the oysters rather than the curry which was atypical of the usual Japanese types. While it made the rice much more appetising, it also tasted similar to most of the others. The oysters were however fat, succulent and tasted fairly fresh (as they can get here). Enough has been said.

2 comments: said...

I didn't need to puke until I saw these pictures. I don't know if it's just the lighting, but some of that stuff looks plain awful. I especially liked the "regurgitated" memo on one of the pics.

Come have a great steak in Houston instead.

Or just hit my blog at to see my latest post on burnt steak. :-)

LiquidShaDow said...

Your video service only streams within the United States.

Perhaps, the lighting had something to do with it. The photos are taken with a camera phone, so the quality could be lacking in comparison with a good camera these days.

Anyway, an opened up fried oyster shouldn't be too challenging for the likes of one who eats and enjoys them. I only had a spoon to work with.