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If you're looking for a pocket-friendly bite in upmarket Ginza, Annam is an excellent choice. Tucked away on the fourth floor of a commercial building, this cozy restaurant draws crowds for its delicious Indian fare. The restaurant offers set menus starting with the Chef's Curry Set at JPY900 to the Annam Biryani Set at JPY1280. The menu also accommodates vegetarian diners, serving a mouth watering array of veg-friendly dishes that can be ordered a la carte or as a set meal. The friendly staff and warm ambiance make you feel welcome at this popular Indian eatery.
Ashoka brings the aromas and flavors of India to Tokyo with its traditional menu showcasing regional cuisines from around the country. From succulent roasted and grilled meats from the clay tandoor to fragrant coconut curries and crisp roasted flat breads, there is so much to choose from here. Favorites include the lamb roganjosh, tandoori chicken, prawn masala, and seekh kebab. Though one can order a la carte, the set lunch and dinner menus are more popular and offer great value-for-money deals. Diners can accompany their meal with a selection of wine from the 100-strong list. Opened in 1968, Ashoka has garnered a well-deserved reputation for serving some of the best Indian food in the city. With white walls, linen covered furniture, carpeted flooring and Indian relics on the walls, the vibe is fancy and upscale, truly making it a feast for all senses.
One of the first Indian restaurants in Tokyo, Ajanta has been going strong since 1954. Located right next to the Nihon Television complex and directly opposite Kojimachi subway, this popular establishment is open throughout the year. An even better reason for coming here, however, is the food, which is first class. Boasting a great selection of curries, tandoori dishes, and South Indian specialties, six-course sets are also offered, including three vegetarian sets. The ambiance is reflective of Indian culture with vibrant colors and lighting, with brick-exposed walls adding a classy touch. Definitely a place worth visiting if you enjoy exploring new, flavorful cuisine.