Come lunch time, you will notice that of all the restaurants at the Parnas Mall one shop will have a noticeably longer line. While it will test your patience, the traditional Japanese curry udon at Konaya is definitely worth a long wait. Even in Tokyo where the brand is originally from, every single one of the 5 Konaya branches requires long lines. Once you try the food, though, you understand that such popularity lends itself to the curry, specially made with added coconut milk. For those who aren’t exactly into strong spices and tastes of curry, there’s Konaya’s udons which are equally delicious. If you consider yourself a foodie, try the Kima curry udon with pork and chicken cooked in hot sauce. The spiciness of the taste and the softness of the texture all work together in your mouth. Also, each table is provided with curry salt and shichimi (Japanese spice mixture containing 7 spice blend). The mushroom samgyeopsal curry udon is limited only for this branch, so those who are curious can head to Parnas Mall.