Tokyo’s Most Delicious Curry Restaurants You Must Try

Curry RestaurantsCurry has become a favorite food for Japanese people, so it’s no surprise that you will find many curry restaurants when you visit Tokyo. The combination of warm rice with a thick drizzle of curry makes this dish always sought after. Common Japanese curries are complemented by katsu or tempura which makes the taste even more delicious. If you want to try it, here are curry restaurants that you must try while in Tokyo.

Tomato

Tomato is a curry restaurant that is conveniently located with only 15 seats available there. Even though this restaurant is located in a residential area, the curry they sell has a great taste and is different from any other curry restaurants in Tokyo.

To come here, it’s only 5 minutes from Ogikubo Station on foot. The recommended menu at this restaurant is Japanese-style Beef Java Curry. The curry here uses very delicious wagyu beef.

Spicy Curry Roka

Spicy Curry Roka is a small restaurant that only seats nine. It only takes you about 2 minutes if you walk from the South exit of Okubo Station. In this restaurant, you can taste a different limited amount of curry each time you visit.

The curry here uses pork which is boiled in tea until very soft. No need to worry, this dish is quite healthy because it is cooked only with tea, tomatoes, and onions.

Delhi – Ueno Branch

Delhi is a popular restaurant that was founded in 1956. It is frequented by office workers from nearby offices, as well as locals. They serve curry and Chicken and Pakistani dishes. This restaurant is near Okachimachi Station. It is often the choice of those who want to taste a slightly different Japanese curry.

Their recommended menu is Kashmir Curry. This dish may not look spicy, but when you eat it, you will feel the spicy taste. Here you can also add curry with cucumber and onion.

Dharmasagara

Dharmasagara is a restaurant that has a beautiful view and at night will display a spectacular view, making it suitable to visit. This restaurant is located on the second floor of the Ginza Eight Building and is just a minute’s walk from Ginza Station Exit No.5.

Dharmasagara restaurant has South Indian style curries with a strong spice taste, however, the coconut milk used in the curry is a bit sweet and light. This menu can also be enjoyed by children.

Katchar Batchar

Katchar Batchar, which is about a 3-minute walk from Shin-Otsuka Station. This restaurant is a place that has been recommended by several customers. Because they serve the best Indian curry in the whole Tokyo area. Despite the name Indian curry, many Tokyoites love it.

Recommended dish on here is Butter Chicken and Cheese Kulcha. The Chicken Butter has a sweet and sour taste from tomatoes, so the taste is delicious and unique.