Gurgaon (グルガオン)


Gurgaon Salad.
Cheese Kulcha – Garlic pizza with melted cheese inside.
Tandoori Chicken. Pina colada.
Spinach and Paneer(cheese) curry. Tandoori Chapati.
Naan with raisin and nuts. Traditional Brinjal(aubergine) curry in Tomato gravy.
Chicken Keema curry. Naan.
Dal Halwa – green bean cake. Masala Tea.

Very popular Indian restaurant in Ginza. You can only reserve a table for around 6:30pm on a weekday – later than that they don’t take reservations and you must wait outside. The queue was crazy when we went on a Thurs evening. The food is nice, but not sure if it is worth queuing for. Taste-wise it is very very mild in general – the Chicken Keema curry is supposed to be one of the hottest item but it isn’t really that spicy. The naan with raisin and nuts is interesting but doesn’t go with curry – nice on its own though. All the food are shared between 3 people, plus drinks(not that much), about 4000yen each. Not incredibly good value I would say. The dinner and party course seems to be a better deal.

Menu(J): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

Add: B1, Ginza 1-6-13, Chuo-ku
Tel: 03-3563-0623

9 thoughts on “Gurgaon (グルガオン)

  1. Hello seat,
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  2. 前評判が良すぎたせいで「・・・」な印象。

  3. 辛口湯さん>

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  7. Tone down for japanese taste? The naan with raisin and nut looks good though. I would never imagine that these food inspire queue and hype from the photos alone. ^^;;

  8. I don’t why there is always queue too. Good location and relatively cheap price? Though I just can’t help feeling a bit reluctant to pay 4000yen for curry…no matter how good it is. ^^;;

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