English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 28 reviews)
“Minato-ku's best Indian?”
Been looking for an establishment to term Minato-ku's best Indian restaurant, and this may be it - I over-ordered intentionally, just to try as much as possible, and I had no regrets - I almost liked the plates. Ambience is a bit shabby, and service was a bit hit-and-miss (waiter spoke zero Englis...h, not that I mind, but for an Indian restaurant that was rare). However, as far as food goes, excellent - I will be back many times, for sure.
Visited October 2019
Went here for a lunch. They have multiple lunch menus out of which I tried one with two type of curry. The food was very good and tasteful and the price were average.The service was ok, but it could have been a bit faster at the beginning especially.
Visited October 2018
“great value, good quality food and a warm welcome”
we found this restaurant by chance while wandering around the area close to the intercontinental hotel. This restaurant takes credit cards without problem. The welcome was warm, the service attentive and the food was great - all at good value prices including alcoholic drinks which compared well to ...others in Tokyo.
Visited October 2016
“Good Indian food”
I had heard that there are a number of restaurants in Tokyo offering Indian food. This is one such place. It is very small and the variety available is limited but the food is really Indian. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The prices are reasonable from Tokyo standards.
Visited July 2016
“Value For Money Authentic Indian Curry”
My office is near to Dipmahal and this is one of our frequent restaurants for lunch. Offering unlimited naan and your choice of curry including spicy level and a drink for under 1,000 YEN, you cannot go wrong with this for lunch. I have been here for a few times for dinner and would comfortably say... that lunch is my absolute preference for value for money. Dinner serves the same dishes offered for lunch along with a greater selection more suited for couples looking for a quiet dining experience. Spice levels on selection of curries is more suited for Japanese tastebuds, if you are looking for more spice, go ahead and order up the "chilli levels".
Visited December 2015