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Delectable Curry At re:Dine GINZA! [PR]


From its first line-up of chefs, re:Dine GINZA, Japan's first shared kitchen restaurant, features a delectable kind of curry made by the chef of the popular and original curry house Passion.

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The Soup Curry From The Popular Shop Passion Is Now Available At re:Dine

The unique curry made at Passion is served at the shared kitchen restaurant re:Dine GINZA for a limited time. According to the chef, the idea behind this curry is to make something so delectable people will get addicted to it. Sounds promising!

Unique Creations At re:Dine

Served only at re:Dine, try Passion's latest creation, a soup curry and vegetable plate. The pork it contains is simmered a long time which makes it incredibly tender and the balance of spices and herbs is spot on.

The Popular Vegetables And Soup Curry

Curry With Seasonal Vegetables (¥1,480)
This soup curry and vegetables set is part of the regular menu at Passion. It's a menu item that is extremely popular with women. You get large pieces of various kinds of grilled seasonal vegetables along with Passion's signature curry.

Not Just Curry, But Fancy Pudding Also

Shiawase Yellow Pudding (¥600)
"Shiawase" literally means happiness, and this dessert is sure to put a smile on your face. The pudding is so rich it's almost like a cheesecake.

Enjoy Passion's Cuisine For re:Dine's Opening

Passion is part of the very first line-up of chefs of re:Dine GINZA where you can enjoy cuisine from 5 different chefs because of its shared kitchen concept.

If curry isn't your thing, there are four other options at all time, all innovative and made by up-and-coming chefs. re:Dine GINZA is the very first restaurant of its kind in Japan. Make sure to give it a try.
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