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Don't understand Japanese? Don't want people touching your food? No problem! Japanese restaurants have recently developed a train serving system, so the food you ordered comes right in front of you without a waiter bringing it. It is definitely a cuisine experience that you can only have in Japan!
Japanese curry is probably the number one comfort food for Japanese. It is often eaten at home. It is different from Indian curry, as it isn't as spicy; and it also different from Thai curry. It is usually eaten with potatoes, carrots and meat (pork, beef or chicken). But this isn't the only way to eat it.. Here are some of the most popular and delicious ways to eat Japanese curry.
Tasty, cheap and fast is the most here at Yoshinoya; and they're not kidding. It's ridiculously cheap! If you've been living under a rock you've probably never heard of Yoshinoya - but you're in luck! Here's everything you need to know about Japan's Best Gyudon restaurant chain!
Indian restaurants in Tokyo are ridiculously good, and in general, nan bread is twice the size of your head. And it's quite affordable. Whether you need a break from Japanese food, or you need to get your Indian cuisine fix, here is a list of the top 5 Indian restos in Shinjuku. Enjoy!
If you are a curry lover, this place is definitely worth the try. YAMIYAMI serves curries that are based on Thai recipes but that are given different twists.
Have you ever heard of "Biryani"? It is a South Indian dish that you absolutely need to try at Spice Box. The owner used to work in a 5-star hotel and now has his own resto in Chiyoda, Tokyo.
Stone in Asakusabashi, Tokyo has been serving piping hot cheese curry in a dish for over 20 years. This popular resto has appeared both on TV and in magazines.
If you want some outstanding, rich Japanese curry, Apa Shacho Curry in Iidabashi is the place to go.
If you want delicious curry with a different twist, Magic Spice is definitely worth the go. Their curries are both healthy and full of flavors that come from their unique blends of spices.
Only 20 Dishes Served Per Month, Come Try The Special Katsu Curry At The Michelin Guide Introduced Ponchiken
Since 2015, Ponchiken continues to appear in the Michelin Guide every year! Due to its popularity, a line-up is inevitable during lunch hour. The katsu curry is only served 20 times per month. If you're lucky you'll get to try it!