This simple, cozy restaurant with upbeat, modern Indian music in the background and images of Indian gods on the walls makes you feel like a guest in the home of the friendly staff. The lunch set always has a vegetable curry option – chunky bits of potato and cauliflower, peas, carrots, and green onions topped with yogurt and cooked to your spice preference. A clay oven turns out enormous pieces of puffy, fresh naan bread, and the set comes with cabbage salad, rice, red chutney, and a lentil papad (¥880). For dinner, crispy deep-fried vegetable samosas of potato and peas are a treat. Chana masala curry (¥900) with its chickpeas and tomatoes blended with spices, including cumin and garam masala, is an excellent and hearty choice. There is also a vegetarian dinner set (¥1,550) that includes aloo gobi curry, potatoes, and cauliflower cooked with onion, tomatoes, and spices or sag paneer curry with spinach and cheese chunks. The set comes with naan, rice, salad, papad and a lassi or chai.
Open: Lunch 11am–3pm (LO 2:30 pm); Dinner 5pm–11pm (LO 10pm)
Access: Nishiohashi Subway Stn, 2-min walk
Wheelchair Access? yes
Is Kansai Scene available here? no