Matsuya Phu Pappon CurryI tried the reissued Phu Pappon Curry at Matsuya. This dish has a rich sauce with shrimp and crab flavors that seem to be condensed, and makes you want to order extra rice. The price is 730 yen (tax included).
Condensed crab flavor!A
rich sauce that will makeyou want to order more rice! Matsuya has arranged a very popular sweet and spicy curry from Thailand to go well with rice. Phu Pha Phong" refers to stir-fried crab and egg in curry, and once you try it, you will be hooked. The chili oil with the flavor of dried shrimp and the richness of coconut milk are mildly mixed to create a spicy and rich flavor, and the fluffy egg is flavored with the crab. The curry sauce contains 5.7% snow crab and fish paste.
From the moment you receive the tray with curry, rice, and miso soup, you can smell the strong aroma of shrimp and crab. After scooping up the sauce, kakamama, and egg mixture with a spoon and placing it next to the rice, you will be numbed by the richness of the curry.
The curry and rice ratio of 1 to 2 or even 1 to 3 is enough to enjoy the concentrated flavor. By the way, the rice is a good size even for a regular serving, but even so, you will find yourself wanting more rice to fill you up.
The curry is a unique dish with seafood at the forefront, and is quite different from Matsuya's beef or beef curry, which is more like an "exotic crab ball curry. If you are in the mood for something different from the usual, give it a try.