Author: RSY

Happy Hour . . . . . . . Everyday 3-7 PM

 

We have special Happy Hour pricing on our Japanese beer on tap, Happy Hour size appetizers,  AND special “small dish” options only available during Happy Hour 😉

 

JAPANESE BEER ON TAP

12 OZ GLASS $3.5    24 OZ PITCHER $6

SAPPORO – ASAHI SUPERDRY – KIRIN

HOUSE SAKE

Large Carafe $5

SAKETINI – $5

Pomegranate, Lychee, White Peach

DRAFT & KARAAGE COMBO – $5

Sapporo 12 oz Draft plus small bowl Karaage

(Choice of regular or Panko-coated)

 

CHICKEN PASTA BOWL – $8

Karaage, Sauteed Green Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms, & Corn
on top of hot spaghetti, served in a bowl,with side of our House White Sauce

SEAFOOD PASTA BOWL – $8

Sauteed Shrimp & Calamari,in soy wine or tomato sauce,
served in a bowl

TONKATSU CURRY BOWL – $8

White rice topped with Japanese curry and Tonkatsu,
served in a bowl

HAPPY HOUR TOKYO CURRY CHEESE FRIES – $5

French Fries smothered in our Tokyo Curry,
topped with cheddar cheese and onions

HAPPY HOUR KARAAGE PLATE – $4

Karaage for one, served with slaw and our House White Sauce

HAPPY HOUR CROQUETTE PLATE – $4

Single garlic croquette, served with slaw and Tonkatsu sauce

HAPPY HOUR CALAMARI PLATE – $4.5

Calamari (“Ika Furai”) for one, served with slaw,
cocktail sauce, and tartar sauce

 

Japanese tofu salad

Hiyayakko – Japanese Cold Tofu Salad

Our “Tofu Salad”  is known in Japan as Hiyayakko (“cold tofu”).  While this traditional Japanese dish is usually served during the warm summer months , we certainly think it is good enough to serve year ’round. This dish is also one of the few we serve which is considered Washoku (traditional Japanese cuisine) rather than Yoshoku  (Japanese cuisine derived from a foreign influence),  although the minced green pepper and radishes topping certainly reflects modern Japanese tastes.

Modern historians believe the tofu-making technique was introduced to Japan from China (by Japanese Buddhist monks who visited China or by Chinese Buddhists who went to teach in Japan) sometime between AD 900 and AD 1100.  The first Japanese to eat tofu were probably Buddhist monks and priests and the court nobility. As Japanese Buddhism spread throughout the country, the major Kamakura Zen temples opened Buddhist vegetarian restaurants, including tofu on the menus. Eventually the commoners opened tofu shops in the capital cities of Kamakura and Kyoto, and from there tofu cuisine spread to the countryside. Even today, many of Japan’s best known centers of tofu cuisine are located in or near major temples.

Today in Japan, many people enjoy Hiyayakko almost every day in the summer. Toppings vary depending on personal choice and there is no one “official” recipe. Traditional topping options may include finely chopped green onion, grated fresh ginger,bonito flakes, finely julienned shiso , toasted sesame seeds, and red chili powder. Modern versions may include cucumbers, tomatoes, chopped ham, corn, and hot chili oil.

Our version of Hiyayakko features sliced firm tofu sprinkled with a mixture of fresh diced bell pepper, onion and radish, garnished with tangy daikon sprouts and drizzled with our own sweet soy vinaigrette.  Light and refreshing and vegan too!

Pork Tenderloin burger

Tonkatsu Sando – Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

In a hurry? Panko-crusted pork tenderloin “Tonkatsu Sando” , with pickled ginger, cabbage & carrot slaw, wasabi mayo on a brioche bun. Boxed and ready to go with a side of fries for $9.12 plus tax. Oishii desu!

We now CATER!

We are now part of the GoodyBag team! You can order individual meals or our Party Packs here: GoodBag for Hurry Curry of Tokyo Seattle     

Our individual meal options include vegetarian AND vegan choices, and even 3 different “wafuu pasta” options. Each meal come with choice of rice or pasta, side salad, and out house vinaigrette. Party Park options provide for quantity discounts for feeding a really large crowd – with a choice of curries to choose from, rice or pasta, and plenty of salad and dressing to share.

 

Happy Hour – Chicken Pasta Bowl, Japanese Draft beer, and more

white peach saketini

We have introduced the Chicken Pasta Bowl – a smaller version of our Chicken Pasta meal – for Happy Hour ($8). It pairs REALLY well with one of the three Japanese draft beers we pour (Sapporo, Asahi SuperDry, Kirin). Also our popular Saketinis (Pomegranate, Lychee, White Peach) are at Happy Hour prices ($5). We also have Happy Hour small plates of our appetizers with a slaw salad top with our own House White Sauce. Everyday from 3pm-6pm.

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