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Mr Curry (Marina Square)

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Located in Marina Square on Raffles Boulevard, Mr Curry (Marina Square) specialises in different curry dishes.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 23:00

Last Order : 10.30pm

+65 63382009
$18 based on 5 submissions
Dinner (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Good for casual/quick dining

Food is good, personally I like the scallop muschroom teppanyaki a lot. The scallops are really fresh & juicy.
Visit here for more pictures http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2012/11/skyfall-mr-curry.html

Price is decent. Decor of the restaurant is cute :)

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  • Chicken Bento1 vote
  • Scallop muschroom teppanyaki1 vote
  • potatoe salad1 vote
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• 27 Nov 2012 • 60 reviews • 0 follower

Good for casual/quick dining

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Food is good, personally I like the scallop muschroom teppanyaki a lot. The scallops are really fresh & juicy.
Visit here for more pictures http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2012/11/skyfall-mr-curry.html

Price is decent. Decor of the restaurant is cute :)
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• 25 Mar 2012 • 219 reviews • 16 followers

Not too bad I think?

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Finally tried this - have been curious about this one. Armed with a $10 voucher which can be used with minimum spending of $50 before taxes, me and my friend trooped down on a Sat evening to find it surprisingly not full.

Tomato soup ($5.80) - surprisingly, not too bad! I've never been inclined towards tomato soup as they've always been sourish and nothing else. But this was quite light and had bits of tomatoes in it which provided a bite.

Salmon Caparccio ($8.80) - Good! Fresh slices of salmon with diced onions and dressed with some sesame oil thingy.

Curry katsu udon ($15.80) - Average unfortunately, with the katsu already soggy when served. and the meat very tough to bite into. Not worth the price for me.

Hokkai curry ramen ($15.80) - This fared a bit better and ramen went well with the curry soup. The scallops and salmon in it made it a better value choice than the katsu udon.

Service leaves much to be desired with all very young staff acting clueless. I asked for a Heineken and was met with a confused slow drawl repeating "Hein....e...ken?".

I find some items overpriced and suspect people are here because they are curious more than wanting to eat good food. Prob will not return.

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• 23 Nov 2011 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

So-so

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Ordered the :

shrimp curry omurice

salmon , ebi temprua bento

potatoe salad

I like the fact that you get to choose the type of curry and the spiciness of it . But I must say I was a little disappointed with my omurice.

shrimps were a little overcooked, omelette wasn't as runny as I'd like , curry was not too bad but halfway into this, I was done with it.

Personally , a little too rich in flavour for me.

That being said, the potatoe salad is good ! If i'm ever going back again, this will definitely be on my table.

For pictures visit : http://thefoodranger.wordpress.com/
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