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Diya: Indian Restaurant in Roppongi Hills

Summer is the best season to eat hot and spicy food. Spices can stimulate the appetite and cool our body down as we perspire, so we will need them soon!

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As for me, the best spicy dish is Indian curry, which happily co-exists here alongside Japanese curry. Did you know that Japan is one of the 10 top countries for curry?

There are so many Indian restaurants in Tokyo that it is impossible to name an exact number. I guess that no matter which part of the capital you live in, you will certainly find an Indian curry shop nearby.

When I come to Roppongi Hills, I like to eat curry at Diya. They have a yummy lunch menu with reasonable prices (950 – 1580 yen).

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I usually buy 2-curry lunches, which consist of curry, naan, salad and Indian rice. These curries are spinach and vegetable curry.

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I never order the ones with 2 or 3 red peppers on the picture, because they are too spicy (at least for me). The prawn curry is the mildest at Diya, but this vegetable curry was also good.

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The weekend lunch menu at Diya is only 100 yen more expensive than the weekday one. It is not too crowded on weekends, so basically any day is perfect for a visit.

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The dinner curry is twice as big as the lunch one and costs around 1500 yen (naan not included).

A frozen dairy dessert kulfi, also known as traditional Indian ice-cream, will cost 300 yen at lunchtime and around 600 yen at dinnertime.

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A yoghurt-based drink lassi is too sugary, I ordered it only once; but sometimes I drink masala chai, black tea with spices and milk.

Information

Diya
Address: Tokyo, Minato-ku, Roppongi 6-10-1 Roppongi Hills Hillside B1
Access: Roppongi station (1-3 min. walk) (Oedo, Hibiya lines), Azabu-Juban (7 min. walk) (Nanboku, Oedo lines)
Open:
Lunch 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Dinner 4:00 PM – 11:00 PM (last order 10:00 PM)
Distance to airport: About 15 km from Haneda Airport
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Article By Olga Kaneda

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