L at First Ave.
Spring St. to 23rd St., Ave. C to Fifth Ave.
If you’re a fan of ramen, soba noodles, takoyaki, or obscure sakes, chances are you’ve savored them at one of the many restaurants and bars of Bon Yagi, co-owner of pioneering establishments like Rai Rai Ken, Soba-Ya, Otafuku, and Sakagura. Now he tackles another culinary icon: Japanese curry. There are no tables at Curry-Ya, just fourteen wooden stools lined up along a marble counter, each with a built-in cubby to store belongings. Ten curries may be customized by size, spice level, and additional topping, such as corn, natto, hamburger steak and deep-fried potato croquette.Kitchen hours
Last order must be placed by 10:30 p.m.