Moyan Curry
Nishi-Shinjuku: Curry
Moyan Curry (Nishi-Shinjuku: Curry)
Moyan Curry
Open 11:30am-2:30, 6-10:30pm (LO). Closed Sundays.

With its exotic-ethnic decor and Hawaiian background music, the atmosphere here is closer to a Bohemian cafe than a curry shop. The curry menu itself is rather exotic too - variations include ratatouille, avocado, pig's foot, and leek curries. The "Zenbu" (everything) curry (Y1550) is a good introduction - it contains beef, pork, chicken, shrimp and cheese in a sweetish roux, and it's quite filling.

Besides the many curry variations you can also choose special toppings (grilled cheese, fried egg, mushrooms), adjust the size of your rice portion, and specify your desired degree of spiciness on a scale of zero to twenty. Pick from various salads and side dishes for a well-balanced meal; the Thai-style cucumbers with coriander (Y300) are one of our favorites. Drinks include simple cocktails, inexpensive wines (Y2000/bottle), Korean makkoli and beer.

Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku, Nishi-Shinjuku 6-25-14.
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