Updated: November 06, 2018
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Shinjuku's Must-Try Indian Restaurants!

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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!

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Siddique

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!
http://www.siddique.co.jp/

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!
Lunch starts at ¥950 and includes curry, naan or rice, a salad and a cup of coffee. Great deal!
There is also a buffet for those who are hungry and want a bang for their buck!

KHANA

Walking distance from Nishishinjuku, or Nishishinjuku-Gochome or Tochomae station, this Halal restaurant delivers in some areas of Tokyo (Shinjuku, Shibuya & Setagaya). This restaurant is tiny, with only a few tables, but it's really delicious.
Just a curry dish starts at ¥680, and naan/rice at ¥350. Lunch is a great value, and the portions are big. You should also try the lassi.

Grand Darjeeling

Close to Shinjukugyoen-mae station, this restaurant has a gorgeous interior and is a little more upscale than your typical Indian restaurant. But the lunch sets are still under ¥1,000!
They also have Thai food if you and your partner/friend couldn't come to a compromise!
Dinner courses start at around ¥3,000 Thai or Indian (naan or rice is all you can eat!)

Omoinoki

Between Kagurazaka, and Ushigomekagurazaka station, this restaurant has a very unique ambience. This restaurant is more upscale than the other ones on the list, and the curry starts at ¥1,580. The atmosphere is very cozy, yet modern; like you would climb into a luxurious treehouse.
The mutton curry was particularly delicious!

Finally...

Did you know that Shinjuku is the area with the highest concentration of restaurants in all of Japan?
That means there is so many to try from, but that can seem a little overwhelming at times.
Shinjuku is a great place for shopping and eating. After a full day of sightseeing, you can leave it up to us to find a good restaurant for you to enjoy delicious food and unwind!
If you're looking for other Indian restaurants around Tokyo, please click the link above.

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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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