We had dinner here as we felt like a break from Japanese food. Overall we were quite impressed. The service was reasonably quick and the staff were friendly. We shared a set menu for 1 person as we had a late lunch, with the large garlic naan, it was plenty for 2 people. The food was great, and there is a good selection of Nepalese and Indian beers too. The interior does look a little bit dated and run down compared with other restaurants in Japan, but don't be put off. It is about what you would expect for a good Indian or Nepalese restaurant in India or Nepal. We would go back again.
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