Andhra Dining GINZA
Andhra Dining is on the second floor of a building, at about a 2-minute walk from the Ginza-Itchome Station. The restaurant is one of the best in the whole city for Indian cuisine at affordable prices. It has been mentioned in the Michelin Guide and has some great sets of delicious curries for about 1,500 yen. Everything is so flavorful with the right balance of acidity, sweetness, richness, and spices. A must-try restaurant. In the evening, dinners should cost you about 2,000 to 3,000 yen.
Gurgaon is another outstanding Indian curry resto located a 2-minute walk from the Ginza-Itchome Station. The cuisine is a bit different than what you can have at most Indian restaurants because it comes from a particular region of India. Try the shrimp butter lemon masala (1,490 yen), the chef's chicken curry (1,430 yen) or the lam coriander masala (1,490 yen) and you won't be disappointed. Have your meal with a Sapporo beer or glass of wine and you'll be in curry paradise.
Khyber is located in near the Ginza-Itchome Station. As you've probably realized by now, there are plenty of amazing good Indian restaurants in that area. Khyber specializes in tandoori dishes. For two, you can get a mixed-grill plate of two kinds of tandoori chicken, shish kebab, shrimp, home-made cheese, vegetables and more for just 2,900 yen. The restaurant is also particular about wines. Ask for a wine to pair with your meal.
Erick South is located in the Yaesu underground district (2nd street), accessible from Tokyo Station's underground level. It specializes in Indian cuisine from the south of the country. You can get a nice meal for lunch with lots of variety in one platter for 1,180 to 1,450 yen. Vegetarian options are available. The restaurant uses no additives, which is rare for any curry restaurant. Ice cream for dessert is also available.
Dakushin is another amazing south Indian cuisine restaurant. This cuisine uses a lot of vegetables and legumes which makes it healthy and lighter than most other Indian cuisine styles. Many platters and desserts come with a homemade yogurt that goes very well with the other items. With the daily lunch set, you have all-you-can-eat nan bread and rice. Prices are very reasonable. Expect to pay around 1,000 yen for lunch and 3,000 yen for dinner.
Hope you'll enjoy discovering these super delicious restaurants. If you'd like to explore another Indian curry hot spot, head to Shinjuku!