The Colorful Delicacies

03/12/2011

“Japanese Curry”

Filed under: staple food — shanl2011 @ 11:05 pm

In this Friday night, several of our friends had a  party together to celebrate the coming Spring, I think. Actually, we had nothing to celebrate, just had a dinner together, chatting with each other, for a relax after a whole week of study. In that night, Curry was one of the main dishes–Curry is a generic description used throughout Western culture to describe a variety of spiced dishes, especially from Indian or other South Asian cuisines.

Our chef Miss Connie named the Curry she did “Japanese Curry“, to be honest, it was not a real Japanese food. Because she made it a little grotesque, she was afraid of losing face for her famous brand of Chinese food, an innocent “Japanese” Curry was born. What a cunning person she is.

Actually, the “Japanese Curry” tastes not bad, for that, I had a interview with our chef.

If you are interested in Chinese food, below are some Chinese restaurants near our college:

Dragon City Chinese Restaurant 

300 S main st
(870) 933-8889 

Imperial Chinese Restaurant 

2512 East Highland Drive
(870) 933-6700 

Hong Kong Restaurant 

1420 South Caraway Road # G
(870) 933-8827 

China Buffet

1137 South Caraway Road
(870) 932-3888 

Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant II 

1516 Browns Lane Access Road
(870) 931-6688 

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