Let me introduce you to a curry that is very popular among Gatsumeshi fans and has been featured on the cover of numerous gourmet magazines that feature decadent menus….
Curry Daiya｜A long-established curry specialty restaurant established 60 years ago in Senbayashi-Omiya…Osaka’s representative decadent menu Tomahawk Curry has been featured on page 1 of numerous magazines!
Daiya, a curry and rice specialty restaurant with the appearance of an old-fashioned coffee shop, was established in 1960 and has a long tradition of serving curry and rice. Upon entering the restaurant, you will first see two tables seating four people, followed by five or six counter seats and two tables seating two people. The layout of the seating is reminiscent of an old coffee shop, and if you do not enter the restaurant knowing that it is a curry shop, you may think for a moment, “Oh, did I get the wrong place? If you don’t know it is a curry shop when you enter, you might think for a moment, “Oh, did I get the wrong one?
Daiya is a curry and rice specialty restaurant with such a coffee shop atmosphere, but among the many curry dishes on the menu, this is the flagship…
Tomahawk Curry 1,500 yen (tax included). The curry, which is served on a heaping mound of rice and topped with a dark curry roux that looks as if it has a lot of spice, two pork cutlets, croquettes, and fried shrimp…the total weight of this curry exceeds 1 kg, and has attracted many curry fans and “deca-ho” maniacs for about 60 years. This curry, which weighs more than 1 kg in total, has attracted many curry fans and “deca-saki” maniacs for about 60 years.
This curry may look over-the-top, but the flavor is quite robust. The moment you put it in your mouth, you will feel the spice on the tip of your tongue, but then the sweetness of the onions and beef will slowly spread in your mouth. It is quite a deep taste.
You can tell that the onions were sauteed for a long time during preparation, and the beef in the roux is cooked until it can be easily broken up with a spoon. As one would expect from a long-established restaurant that has been serving only curry and rice for about 60 years. The history of this restaurant, which has been supported by many fans, is no lie.
The rice under the roux is also cooked to a moist consistency with little water, making it perfect for eating with the roux. Even if you are not a big fan of Tomahawk Curry, you should be able to enjoy the curry here.
Finishing the Tomahawk Curry doesn’t make it free…but to get to Curry Daiya, a long-established decadent curry shop established in 1960, walk one minute from Exit 2 of the Senbayashi-Omiya Station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line.
Now, here are the details of the store. Restaurant data is here…
Address: 2-27-17 Omiya, Asahi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka
Phone number: 06-6956-4074
Business hours: 11:30-15:00, 18:00-21:00
Closed: Wednesdays, 3rd Tuesday of the month
Parking: No parking lot
Credit card payment: Not accepted (cash only)
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