In New York we all chose somewhere we really wanted to go to. My husband decided he wanted to go to Go! Go! Curry! near Times Square. Go Go Curry started in Kanazawa-city, Ishikawa prefecture in Japan, so this style is known as a Kanazawa curry. It is served with black, thick curry sauce over Koshihikari rice, a premium short grain rice, with very thinly shredded cabbage and Pork Katsu – a crispy, deep fried pork cutlet – all in a stainless plate.
We came here for dinner as it was quick and relatively inexpensive.
The space is small and nothing that special. Not even a functional washroom, which we noticed was a common sight in New York.
Home Run Curry
This combination is a USA feature. It is has rice, curry, cabbage, sausage, pork or chicken katsu, shrimp and egg. We went with pork katsu and thought it was ok. The curry sauce is definitely different that what we’re used to.
Chicken Katsu Curry
This has the rice, shredded cabbage, curry and the chicken katsu on top. This was ok as well.
This is definitely quick and affordable curry in New York, nothing fancy. The katsu has a crisp exterior and goes well with the curry.
273 W 38th St, New York, NY