The 7th Curry Expo will be held from Friday, November 20 to Monday, November 23, 2020, at Banpaku Park (Expo memorial park) in Osaka.
A collection of 26 curry restaurants
The 7th Curry Expo is one of the largest curry festivals in western Japan, featuring 26 curry restaurants carefully selected by gourmet bloggers and curry connoisseurs. The venue will feature a variety of curry restaurants, including Sri Lankan curry, spiced curry, Indian curry, South Indian curry and European curry.
Katman de Curry PUJA offers a “rich butter chicken curry” in which onions from Awaji Island are sauteed for a long time without using any water and made with 36 high-quality spices. In addition, Spice Curry Marusse will introduce a unique curry based on a seafood broth made with Taiwanese dried shrimp and clams, finished with a spicy keema, and finally topped with shrimp and water gyoza. Various other curry restaurants, such as Sapporo Soup Curry JACK, are on the list.
And more than 30 types of curry bread.
The 3rd Curry Pan Summit was also held at the venue, where more than 30 kinds of curry breads from all over the country were gathered. You can enjoy curry bread from Daikanyama Chez Lui, which won the Curry Pan Grand Prix Gold Award two years in a row, and curry bread with shrimp from Kifuku-do.
10 Popular Sweets Shop
In addition, the 6th Sweets Expo, in which 10 popular sweets shops in the Kansai area recommended by famous bloggers will also be held at the same time. The event will also feature stalls such as Kanrodo, which offers the “Yu-Yuen” sweets made from boiled potatoes, one of the most popular Taiwanese sweets, and CRAMS BANANA, which serves a thick banana juice made from two bananas.
“The 7th Curry Expo”, “The 3rd Curry Pan (Bread) Summit”, “The 6th Sweets Expo”.
【Expo Period】 Nov 20 (Fri) – 23 (Mon, Holiday), 2020
【Hour】 9:30 – 17:00 (L.O. 16:30) *Park admission ends at 4:30 p.m.
【Location】 East Square in Expo Park
【Address】 1-1 Senri Banpaku Koen, Suita City, Osaka Prefecture
【Admission Fee】 Free
*Park entrance fee (260 yen for adults, 80 yen for elementary and junior high school students) is required