Slurp 🍜

The best time to visit Slurp is on a cold, rainy day. It is a small restaurant with a few tables. There was a line when we went. Probably because it was chilly outside and everyone wanted something warm!

After you’re done eating, you take your tray to the drop-off before leaving.

The bun was very moist and the pork was so juicy!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Pork Bun ($3.50)
Steamed bao bun stuffed with Chashu pork belly, Cucumber, Spicy Sweet Sauce and Japanese mayo

The chicken pieces were huge compared to the amount of rice. It was a bit salty for my taste

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Kara-Age Chicken Bowl ($9.98)
Japanese Fried Chicken β€’ topped with Hawaiian BBQ sauce, Sriracha and Japanese mayo β€’ Scallions 

It was good! A tad bit salty but it did the trick in warming us up. You can add more toppings if you like!

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Slurp Classic Tonkatsu ($11.45)
Full Bodied Tonkotsu Pork Soup β€’ Ramen Noodles β€’ Slow-Cooked Chashu Pork-Belly β€’ Slurp Egg* β€’ Scallions β€’ Red Ginger

We visited Slurp a few years back. The prices above reflect the current prices listed on their website.


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