Sundays Everyday is opened everyday except Sundays. Reknown for their deep fried monsterous pieces of karaage, this is the most generous and golden Japanese restaurant South of the river and it’s always packed.
Katsu Curry Chicken $8.90
The thing I love most about this place is their batter. They must double coat it or something because it’s always unbelievably crispy and crunchy. Their Katsu Chicken Curry consist of giant pieces of panko crumbed chicken and a pool of curry gravy. I had to literally dig to find my rice underneath. The few bites of pea and fukujinzuke, which is a red pickle relish, added some sweetness to the dish.
I actually could not manage to finish this whole dish and left two lonely pieces of katsu chicken.
Mixed Bento Terriyaki Chicken and Karaage Chicken $15.00
For the mixed bento my bf got the Terriyaki Chicken and Karaage Chicken. The terriyaki sauce was thick, sweet and perfect with a few drops of lemon. The famous Karaage chicken was huge, well seasoned and bursting hot.
Again the the sizes are huge! Not only in portion but the pieces of chicken as well. Not as bite-size as I would have liked for easier eating but maybe good for growing boys. This place is always packed around lunch time so be prepared to have to scope out for a table.
Water, chilli sauce and chilli powder is free to help cut through the grease.