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Asian / Ethnic Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Kanda AL MINA
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    4.0
    31 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandatachou 2-2-3 Genki Building B1F
    Kanda Al Mina is Tokyo's first Arabian restaurant, and it is popular for its 100% halal food. Diners can enjoy unique yet modern Arab cuisine. Each dish, which is made with select ingredients personally stocked by the chef who takes great care in preparing, is outstanding. Lunch is available by reservation only from Monday through Thursday, and customers can enjoy a belly dance show with their Wednesday or Friday dinner.

    Seeing that this place has not had a recent review, I feel compelled to share my two cents. The restaurant, located underground, may not look like much from the pictures and the entrance on the...

  • Marhaba Pakistani Restaurant
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Ikebukuro 2-63-6 Palace Garden Milan 1F
    Marhaba is one of the few Pakistani restaurants in Tokyo, and it is a venerable eatery, founded over 20 years ago. It serves genuine Pakistani cuisine, including Biryanis and Karahis at a reasonable price. The entire menu is halal, and both Japanese and foreigners like to patronize this restaurant.

    I recommend Maton Karahi & rice when visiting by a plurality of persons, biriyani when visiting alone, It offers halal food, no alcohol. Attention:Credit card is not available in lunch time

  • Samrat Shinjuku Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-18-4 Seno Building 7F
    Samrat Shinjuku branch, a popular Indian-Thai restaurant, is housed in a luxurious space reminiscent of an Indian palace. Diners can enjoy freshly picked vegetables grown in the highlands on farms under contract to the restaurant, and rare vegetables such as world's Jewel Tomatoes. Lunchtime features an economically priced, all-you-can-eat buffet that includes salads made from highland vegetables and Jewel tomatoes, Indian curries, and Thai dishes. Dinnertime features a large number of prix fixe options, and the restaurant is also an invaluable spot for banquets.
  • Tsuki no Sabaku
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Kamikebukuro 2-15-15
    Tsuki no Sabaku is one of the few Arab-Jordanian restaurants in Japan. Once inside the restaurant, which is decorated to evoke the atmosphere of a faraway land, customers are treated to Arab home cooking as created by a Jordanian chef. The prix fixe menu that allows customers to enjoy a variety of Jordanian dishes at a reasonable price is popular.
  • ERICK SOUTH (Tokyo Garden Terrace Branch)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kioichou 1-3 Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho 2F
    "The Tokyo Garden Terrace branch of Erick South is popular for its ""Meals,"" the term borrowed from English for South Indian dishes served on one plate, with a focus on vegetarian dishes made with generous portions of vegetables and legumes. There are plenty of multi-course meals, including curry party course meal and special biryani course meal. In the evening, diners can enjoy the restaurant as the spice bal. The restaurant can handle all sorts of situations."
  • ERICK SOUTH (Yaesu Branch)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Yaesu 2-1 Yaesu underground mall 4
    "The Yaesu branch of Erick South is the original location, a small space with only counter seating and two table seats. Customers can enjoy a South Indian curry prix fixe dinner known as ""Meals,"" from the English word. There are two types of Meals, in which diners can choose from six kinds of curry, and vegetarian Meals. The lunch menu and the seasonally limited menu items bring in a lot of repeat customers. "
  • HALAL SAKURA
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    4.0
    7 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Negishi 2-8-11 route Negishi second building 1F
    Halal Sakura is a Muslim friendly Japanese-style restaurant with a prayer room. The restaurant is careful with its ingredients and maintains a 100% alcohol-free environment. Most of the menu items are Asian. A recommended dish is Shabushabu (Japanese-style hotpot) based on a broth that is made by simmering the neck bones of a lamb for six hours. It is a must-order menu item.

    Im not used to Japan, so maybe this is really normal in restaurants, but someone lit a cigarette and I couldnt stay. Definitely never coming back, dont intend to make the same mistake again.

  • NATARAJ (Harajuku Omotesando Branch)
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    5.0
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-28-6 Cue Plaza Harajuku 8F
    Nataraj owns three farms, which employ organic fertilizer to produce completely chemical-free vegetables and seasonings, which the chef uses to create delicious, reliable, healthy meals. The cafe can accommodate gluten-free customers, vegans, and Asian vegetarians with its authentic, natural Indian cuisine.

    I visited the restaurant with family while travelling around Meiji-jingu Shrine. The walk to the restaurant was about 2 to 3 minutes from train station. The food was delicious. The staff was very...

  • Magic Spice Tokyo Restaurant
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    4.0
    44 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kitazawa 1-40-15
    Located midway between Shimo-Kitazawa Station and Ikenoue Station and a short distance north, this restaurant serves a unique take on Sapporo-style soup curry. Customers can choose from among seven levels of spiciness and a wide variety of toppings, while the restaurant’s Asian-inspired decor gives it a distinctive atmosphere. In addition to standard toppings like chicken and seafood, the keema and beans, vegetables and beans, and vegetables and mushrooms soup curries are only offered here at the Tokyo restaurant. There are also special seasonal soup curries as well as the “kimagure” (“capricious”) soup curry, whose price, contents, and even when it’s offered depends entirely on the whims of the staff.

    The Soup Curry is originated in Sapporo of Hokkaido, Japan. The soup curry of Magic Spice is based on the Soto ayam of Indonesia. You can select the spice level, there are 6 spice level. If you...

  • Morocco Tajine-ya
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    4.5
    24 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Fujimi 2-4-13 NOAA Building 2F
    Morocco Tagine-ya serves genuine traditional Moroccan cuisine and offers diners a unique experience, where they can enjoy Moroccan hospitality and gain a sense of Berber culture. Reasonably-priced lunches are available Monday through Friday, while weekend lunches offer a little luxurious Moroccan cuisine. Once customers have tasted the healthy, visually pleasing Moroccan cuisine, with plenty of vegetables, such as Tagine and Couscous, they will be addicted. Evening dinners include a free show.

    Couscous, Tajin, Mint tea like you would be in Morocco. You will be kindly welcomed by Hami who’s doing a great job. He speaks perfectly Japanese too. The food was great and really tasty. The...

  • PHO NAM (Tokyo Midtown Restaurant)
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    3.5
    38 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 9-7-3
    This southeast Asian restaurant is located on floor B1 of the West Galleria area of the Tokyo Midtown complex connected directly to Exit 8 of Roppongi Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line. The restaurant primarily serves Vietnamese pho rice noodles, but diners can also enjoy a variety of Thai and other Asian cuisine and original dishes of all kinds created by the authentic chefs. Bun bo hue, a spicy chili pepper soup redolent with the aromas of beef, pork, lemongrass, and shrimp, is one of Vietnam's most celebrated dishes. The restaurant's healthy and hearty chicken pho contains an abundance of skin-beautifying collagen.

    If you are looking for a casual and yet reasonably good vietnamese restaurant for lunch in Roppongi Hills, this is it. For around Yen1000, you can have several sets of combination lunch...

  • AHILYA Indian Restaurant
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    4.0
    23 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Yoyogi 1-34-3Dai17 Kikuchi Building 3F
    An Indian restaurant located a one-minute walk from Yoyogi Station on the JR and Toei Subway Oedo Line. Here you can enjoy a variety of Indian dishes, including staple curries like the ever-popular butter chicken curry, as well as a non-curry foods such as tandoor cuisine. The restaurant's lunch choices come with your choice of naan bread or rice, with free second helpings of either. The restaurant also has vegetarian dishes. A great place to enjoy authentic Indian cuisine for dinner, as well, the establishment offers a full array of sides perfect for snacking as well as a banquet course which comes with all-you-can-drink.

    Small like any other restaurant in Japan but they have maintained the originality in terms of indian Tatste be it Dal Makhni or kadahi paneeer or Lachcha Parantha .they are very flexible in...

  • Plikk Kee Noo
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    4.5
    16 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Asagayakita 2-9-5
    A Thai restaurant located a five-minute walk from Asagaya Station. The restaurant's sweet, sour, and spicy food is very popular, particularly the hoi tod mussel pancakes and sato bean stir fries. For lunch, the restaurant serves a combo meal with your choice of two out of six varieties of small dishes and noodles, including tom yum goong noodles. You can also order extra-large portions and second helpings of noodles. In addition, the restaurant offers a monthly-changing selection of reasonably priced dishes. The restaurant accepts reservations for parties and other in-restaurant events over the phone.

    平日の1時前に行くと、狭い店内はほぼ満席。ほんの少し待ちましたが、丁度ランチの入れ替え時だったのか、すぐにガラガラになりました...

  • Mu-Hung
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    4.0
    40 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Nishiogikita 3-21-2 Tokuda Building 1F
    A three-minute walk from Nishi-Ogikubo Station. The Southeast Asian cuisine restaurant can be reached by taking the station's North Exit, going past the intersection in front of the station, and taking the next left. The restaurant's signature dish is its Hainanese chicken rice, which comes with your choice of one of three sauces. You can also get a version which comes with fried instead of steamed chicken. You can also enjoy a variety of other dishes that are at once familiar and exotic, such as curry rice, congee, and fried bread. The establishment also serves special dishes primarily on Saturdays and Sundays such as laksa spicy noodle soup and bak kut the pork ribs in broth. Note that the restaurant closes when its supplies run out.

    Mu-Hung does one dish really well - Hainan Chicken, and some reviewers praise it as one of relatively scarce Singaporean eating spots in the Tokyo suburbs. There is also Roti Chennai, but we always...

  • India Ra
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Hachioji-shi Honcho 2-2
  • Ginza Shiesuta
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    4.0
    29 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 7-8-19 Tokyo Building 1F

    The food was okay but the service was terrible. The waiters rushed past us frequently without ever making eye contact or to ask how we were doing. To get the waiters attention we had wave our hands...

  • Ebisu Mexican ZONAROSA Sonarosa
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    4.0
    15 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Shibuya-ku Ebisu 1-12-5 Ajimabiru B1F

    こちらのメキシコ料理のお店をランチで利用しましたが、メイン料理5品の中から1品をチョイスして,そのほかサラダやカレーやパスタなどの10種類程度の料理、デザートなどはブッフェで好きなだけ食べれるシステムでした。私は牛挽肉と豆のチリソースのメキシコ風チリグラタンを注文しましたが美味しかったです。 ドリンクは+50円で付けられて、ドリンク付きでちょうど1000円でした。

  • Karaoke Pasera Uenokoemmaeten
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 2-14-30 Pasera Resorts 3F-6F
  • Indoryori Nawabu Hatchoboriten
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Shinkawa 2-8-2 Shinkawa YM Building 1F
  • Papaya Reef Marunochi building
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-4-1 Marunouchi Building 5F

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