Kiba: Indian
Kamarupuru (Kiba: Indian)
Open 11:30am-2, 5-10pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

South Indian-style curries, grilled meats and cheese kulcha are the specialties of the house at this self-described tandoor bar. The cheese kulcha is particularly gooey and delicious, and is well worth a try, while the curries are well prepared with distinctive individual flavors.

At lunchtime there's a rotating roster of three curries of the day to choose from, one each in mild, medium and spicy categories. Lunches start at Y750 (for one curry plus naan and rice), or you can upgrade to all three curries plus cheese kulcha and rice for Y1150. Larger-size portions of rice are free.

The shop has a typical counter setup, with a handful of tables for small groups. Take-out is also available. Budget around Y3000 at dinnertime.

Koto-ku, Toyo 3-20-9.

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