Real review: Hungry for authentic Soup Curry meal? You should try – Hokkaido Soup Curry Restaurant @ Thonglor, Sukhumvit Rd. 

Hello, everyone I am Chifumi Maeda, a Japanese female president living in Bangkok.

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This is the meal that I really want to have when I am feeling down…

The meal that I want to have when I need to power-up myself…

The place is “Hokkaido Soup Curry Restaurant”.

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When you are hungry for dish of Soup Curry, go for “Hokkaido Soup Curry”

Curry is a food originated in India but the food evolved in Japan and reborn as Soup Curry.

It is said that the dish, Soup Curry was born in 1970’s and became one of Hokkaido’s local cuisine.

Curry in Japan is in general thick textured gravy like curry and

when we say curry in Japan, it is always this type of food.

 

Curry in Japan

This is what we call curry in Japan. This is the dinner I made.

 

But here in Bangkok, you can have Hokkaido born Soup Curry. 

And the restaurant name says what they serve,

and only what they serve, “Hokkaido Soup Curry”.

 

And, the owner & chef is from Hokkaido. What more do you need.

Colorful and spicy aroma of the food is very appetizing! 

 

My favorite “HORO HORO chicken Soup Curry”

My favorite “HORO HORO chicken Soup Curry”

 

They have number of different menu but,

the one I like the most and often have is “HORO HORO Chicken Soup Curry”.

“HORO HORO” is a mimetic word meaning melts or crumbles,

and here in the menu therefore means it is so fragilely soft that it crumbles and melts in your mouth.

How to order “Soup curry”

Here in this restaurant, you order your food as it is custom made just for you.

Menu from their Facebook page

Menu from their Facebook page

 

1. Choose your Soup Curry from 3 choices.

La Voie royale (King’s preference),

shrimp

coconut

 I like the La Voie royale, which is the restaurant’s original taste.

 

2. Choose a level of spiciness

Then choose the spiciness.

It goes from level 1 to 100 but as I am not very good against spiciness,

I always take level “3” the standard. 

But I was told that there are people who goes for level 100… Some Like it Hot…

 

 3. Choose the portion of rice – S, M, L size

And finally the rice kind (white rice or turmeric rice) and the portion.

 

 4. All you have to do is wait for the food to come

The curry soup is made-to-order meaning cooked as when order comes in.

The curry spice flavor fades away with the time so they never have them precooked.

The restaurant is full with pleasant smell of spices stimulates your appetite.

As you start eating, you will start sweating probably

because the spices are working on your body system…

To be honest, I have never had a Soup Curry when I was living in Japan.

Bangkok is the first place that I ever had it.

I once had a chance to taste one when I happened to be in Sapporo Hokkaido

after having had the dish here in Bangkok.

And honestly thought then that the one here in Bangkok, (this Hokkaido Soup Curry Restaurant) is much better.

 

 

I always want to have this dish whenever I am not well and need to boost up my body energy.

Because Bangkok is hot throughout the year,

but the temperature difference between indoor and outdoor is so much that

it is difficult for many of us to manage our health as we should be.

In Japan, we say “Medicine and food are of the same origin”

and eating is very important to maintain good health.

Spices are known for a medicine from the ancient time

and we should keep that in mind and have spices in our daily diet and live a healthy life.

I would like you enjoy this authentic Hokkaido Soup Curry

and at the same time maintain your health just the way I am doing.

 

Why I recommend Hokkaido Soup Curry

This is the only restaurant in Bangkok that serves Soup Curry.

The owner mixes several kinds of spices and prepares your food only after the order came in.

And of course, the food is delicious.

Information on Hokkaido Soup Curry

Address: Soi 11 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Soi Thonglor)

Parking: No parking space
(parking space occasionally available in front of the restaurant)

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/Soupcurrybangkok

 

Chifumi Maeda
I am Chifumi Maeda, a Japanese who lives in Thailand
I have lived in Thailand since 1998 and started my business in Thailand in 2001`.

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