One of our favorite staple places to eat is Curry House Coco-Ichibanya. With several locations throughout Honolulu, there is always a place nearby where we can grab a delicious, affordable, and filling plate of curry. They have two types of curry, regular (spicy) and mild. Then next choice, toppings, can be selected from their expansive menu.
My usual personal favorite is the mabo tofu curry with gyoza, while Kaeo often gets stewed shrimp or chicken cutlet curry. On this day, Neil got a kalbi curry, while everyone else got gyoza curry. Besides toppings, you can also customize the amount of rice you want, measured in grams!
However, my choice today was to get my mabo tofu curry with udon rather than rice. While Curry House offers take-out, the udon is only offered for in-house dining.
The udon took me forever to eat, since it stays so hot in the bowl, but it is delicious. If you like curry, and haven’t been to Curry House yet, I highly recommend you go.