As if we weren’t already spoilt for choice with takeaway services during these strange times, our favourite Chinese joint, Happy Boy, has just given us even more reasons not to cook with their new online venue, Kid Curry.
Paying homage to the almighty curry, Kid Curry is a ‘virtual restaurant,’ dishing up a rotating menu of curry renditions from around the world out of the Happy Boy kitchen. With their sister restaurant in the CBD, Greenglass, closed, the team needed a way to keep their staff employed, and thus, Kid Curry was born.
Whether you’re a lover of Thai, Indian, Malay or Indonesian flavours, you’ll find something to drool over on the menu here. Reminiscing about your last trip to Indonesia? Go for the rendang with spices from India and Arabia that coalesce in a fragrant sauce served over confit duck. Or, if you’re a seafood fan, try the sembharachi kodi, a spicy seafood dish with flash-fried prawns with green chilli from Goa, India.
If you’re liking what you’re hearing, sit tight because this is only a shortened version of what’s to come. Kid Curry are going to expand the menu to have 10 to 11 mains, including meat, seafood and vegan curries (so all you vegans don’t miss out on the fun) alongside some breads, dhals and plenty of sides.
Will Kid Curry stick around once lockdown is over? It’s possible—so if you want it to become a permanent fixture you better put in an order or five.
If you’re planning out your dinners for next week, keep in mind Kid Curry is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 4:45pm–8pm. Order via Bopple with delivery available to locations within 15 minutes of Happy Boy and pick up available.
Afterwards, you can get dessert delivered from one of these helpful spots.
Image credit: Kid Curry