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Otemachi: Curry
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Open 11am-10pm (LO). Closed Sundays.
decor: Notable decor
no smoking: No smoking

The healthy and quite tasty Japanese curries here are heavy on the vegetables - in fact the special of the house promises a full day's ration of vegetables. The shop itself is decorated in a whimsical camping-equipment theme - portable lanterns, backpacks, thermos bottles - and most dishes are served on miniature iron skillets.

Unlike their smaller main branch in Yoyogi, they also offer several non-curry main and side dishes, but it's generally best to stick to the curries. The drinks menu features ten budget wines, priced from Y2200-2800 per bottle (or Y500 per glass). Lunch and dinner curry sets start at Y1000, and other entrees start at around Y1700.

Otemachi
Chiyoda-ku, Otemachi 1-5-5, Otemachi Tower Ootemori B2F.
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