Indian Food Restaurant Sitar
Location: Ground Floor 1-106-16,Kemigawatyo,Hanamigawa ward, Chiba City
Reservation: You cannot make a reservation(But you need it for take-out)
Price: Not too expensive but not cheap 1200yen-2000yen
Hours: Lunch 11:30 to 15:00 Dinner 15:00 to 22:00 (This is closed on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.)
Dishes: Traditional Indian food
This restaurant is well-known for really nice Indian curry in Chiba. The owner is Japanese, but he went to India to study/learn about Indian cuisine. Also, the chefs are all native (looks). As far as I know, Sitar always appears in Chiba walker. (Chiba walker is a magazine which has many good stores or restaurants information.) Sitar is located near the Keisei Kemigawa Station, if you use the JR line, you have to walk for about 15minutes. However you will not find it far, if you eat their amazing food.
Sitar’s arrangement makes me feel like I am in a real Indian restaurant, it has some Indian goods and a really good atmosphere. It is not a big place so I could feel comfortable. All staff wear Indian clothes and they were really polite and sensible/smart, so service is perfect. What is more, the cuisine is astonishingly good. The food smells attractive, looks delicious and tastes fantastic. Also the kitchen is open-style, so you can see them cook and it is interesting.
Their cuisine was really good, I had a Sitar Lunch set and mango lassi there, the lunch set included 2 sorts of curry(you can choose from the menu) and naan(you have to pay extra 100yen) or cooked rice(you can choose Japanese one or Indian one.) also a desert. That was good enough for me to be satisfied. In that time, I chose the butter chicken curry, mutton curry and naan. Actually I like curry so much, but they were different curries to those I had eaten before. Butter chicken one was really mild and flavor of butter sharpened my appetite. The mutton one was a bit hot but not too much. It was hot and spicy enough for me to enjoy Indian curry. In addition, naan gave off a pleasant smell. It cost about 1200yen, I thought it is not expensive. You can get pleasure from them which have an agreeably pungent taste. They have many kinds of curry, some are really hot and spicy, but the others are really mild. However, on the whole, they are all palatable.
If you like curry, you must go there try it.
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