Updated: November 06, 2018
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Ridiculously Delicious Indian Restaurants in Tokyo

These delicious Indian restaurants are a must-try in Tokyo! Indian cuisine is flavorful and filling and always a good choice, and it is vegetarian-friendly! Indian food in Japan is definitely something you need to have at least once.

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Ashoka Indian Restaurant

Ashoka is a five-minute walk from Nishishinjuku station. It offers great food and hospitality. Vegetarian options are quite limited in Japan, so this place is perfect in order to please everyone in the group. The food is simply amazing and some even claim it's the best Indian restaurant they've ever been to!

Annam Indian Restaurant

Annam, located in chic Ginza, is a good place to fill up after a day of shopping! It is also a good restaurant to bring a vegetarian and non-vegetarian group of friends; everyone will find something they love. The lunch set is between ¥900-¥1280; and the dinner set is ¥1,850.

Priya Indian Cuisine

A few minutes from the station in fancy Hiroo, this restaurant is clean and beautiful, but the food is still affordable. The food is exquisite, and the service is quick and friendly.
You simply have to try the nan, it is perfect!
For lunch, it is between ¥1,000- ¥2,650 (+ the rice and the nan are all-you-can-eat!) For dinner, the course menu is between ¥3,150 and ¥5,000; there is also a couple's course for 8,000.

Dhaba India Restaurant

Dhaba is walking distance from Tokyo station, and right next to Kyobashi station. This place is also great for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. The food is amazing and is very popular with locals, so you might want to book ahead to avoid the queue. For lunch, it is around ¥1,000 - ¥2,000, and ¥3,000 - ¥5,000 for dinner.

Darjeeling Restaurant

A few minutes from Nippori station, this restaurant is in a trendy neighborhood called Yanaka which still has the charm of an older Tokyo. It is an interesting area to stroll around in. Darjeeling has great food and great service and the decoration is unique. The restaurant is quite small, but there is a quick turn-over. Once again, this restaurant also has vegetarian options. Food is between ¥1,000-3,000.

Omoinoki (former Indian Restaurant CaliCari)

If you are feeling like Indian Curry, this is where you should go! This place has a very calming atmosphere, and they serve high quality curry. They serve Southern Indian curry, and this restaurant is run by a former chef at 5 star hotel! You will definitely be satisfied with their food, service and atmosphere. Around a 3 minute walk from Ushigome Kagurazaka station.

Moti

Moti is a a few minutes away from Futakotamagawa, close to Tama River. This area is really beautiful to take a stroll in and enjoy the beautiful view. This Indian restaurant is very popular with locals, you should give it a try!Lunch is only around 1,000 yen, and it's quite hearty!For dinner, they have many different course menus to choose from, you can even get an all-you-can-drink plan!They also have a delivery system (in Japanese), if you're feeling lazy and are craving Indian cuisine!

Siddique

https://www.siddique.co.jp
Closest to the Seibu Shinjuku station, Siddique is a Halal restaurant with 13 restaurants around Tokyo. In fact, they are an Indian/Pakistani restaurant. Everything is delicious and authentic.
They also have belly dance shows on weekdays.
A curry set is around ¥1,000 and you can free refills of naan or rice. Quite the deal!

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.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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