This is the kind of restaurant you stop at because you're hungry and it's there, not the kind of place you plan to go to in advance. It is located underneath the railway between Akihabara to Ueno at the second landing. However there's a big sign on the street that makes it easy to find.
The restaurant is quite small with about 20 seats. There's en open kitchen and the owner speaks better English than he does Japanese. The whole atmosphere feels more like visiting Indian friends at their house than going to a posh restaurant. It all looks very Indian, but neither the space nor the people are dressed up for the occasion.
I ordered dhal curry which was very rich in taste and ingredients. The naan was a bit dry and fell apart, so the owner offered me a free bowl of rice as a service. After this experience I'd go here again because the price perfectly matches the quality of the restaurant; average food for an average price.
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