Top 7 Places to Eat Curry in Harajuku Not Known by Many People

08.May.2018 | FEATURES / FOOD / SPOT

Did you know that there are lots of places to eat irresistibly delicious curry in Harajuku, but not that many people know about them yet? Now you can get in on the secret.

From standard Japanese-style curry to more unique flavours, here’s our list.

 

 

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YOGORO

This spinach-based chicken curry (¥900) is a reputable item on YOGORO’s menu, made in a tetsunabe pot! There are two types to choose from: one with spicy tomato as the base and fresh cream, and a milder version made with spinach. You can pick from pork and chicken for the meat to enjoy an original combination. We also recommend it topped with the soft-boiled egg!

 

■Information
YOGORO
YOGORO
Address: Komatsu Bldg. 1F, 2-20-10 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours:
[Monday-Friday] 11:30-16:00 / 18:00-20:00
[Saturday] 11:30-16:00
Closed: Sundays & Public Holidays
TEL: 03-3746-9914
Webpage: https://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1306/A130601/13076645/

 

 

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Minoringo

This Keema curry (¥900) looks just like a decorative cake. The top of the curry is flooded with cheese. Its rich flavour is simply irresistible! We also recommend the standard Keema curry without the cheese too♡

 

■Information
Minoringo
Address: West Bldg. 1F, 1-22-7 Jingumae, Shibuya, Toyko
Opening Hours:
[Tuesday-Friday] 11:30-15:00 / 18:30-21:30
[Weekends & Holidays] 11:30-19:00
Closed: Mondays
TEL: 03-6447-2414
Website: http://www.minoringo.jp

 

 

Curry Up
This curry house is produced by ‘A Bathing Ape’ founder NIGO. The beef & butter chicken curry (¥1,100) has a distinct mild yet rich taste to it. It’s enjoyable to enjoy two different flavours in one as seen in the picture. You can also combine your own flavours to your liking.

 

■Information
Curry Up
Address: 105, 2-35-9 Jinguae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours:
[Monday-Saturday] 11:30-21:00 (Last Orders 20:30)
[Sunday & Holidays] 11:30-20:00 (Last Orders 19:30)
No Fixed Holidays.
TEL: 03-5775-5446
Website: http://www.curryup.jp

 

 

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SHANTi
If we’re talking soup curry, then where else to go than SHANTi. The spice is on point and there’s a hearty serving of vegetables. There’s also many varieties of curry to choose from, so expect to be spoilt for choice. During lunchtime you can get a large serving of rice for free, and you’re free to enjoy a second helping, so if you’re a big eater, look no further.

 

■Information
SHANTi
Address: Honorary Harajuku Bldg. 2F, 3-26-11 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:30-00:00 (Last Orders)
No Fixed Holidays.
TEL: 03-5772-6424
Website: http://www.shanticurry.com

 

 

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BRITISH INDIAN CAFE 1930
You wouldn’t think that this is a curry house, with its landmark stylish red wall. They serve Indian curry made the way the British do. Their popular butter chicken curry mixes together honey and fresh cream to give it its distinct sweet flavour. The faint spiciness and milk sweetness has made it a particularly popular dish with female customers. The softness of the tandoori chicken is great too. Being British-style, the curry goes well together with black tea.

 

■Information
BRITISH INDIAN CAFE 1930
Address: 3-27-7 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:30-21:00
No Fixed Holidays.
TEL: 050-5590-0486
Website: http://cafe-1930.com

 

 

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HENDRIX
You could call the chefs at HENDRIX spice masters. They’re extremely thorough and attentive with the timing of when they put their spices in the curry. A popular dish on their menu is their pork curry. It’s cooked gradually with a large amount of spice and has a deep flavour that doesn’t just simply scream ‘hot.’ They’re also particular about their saffron rice which complements the curry. They use only koshihikari rice from the city of Inzai in Chiba Prefecture. The fact they’re even particular about the rice means you can look forward to some truly layered flavours!

 

■Information
Address: 2-13-2 Jingumae, Shibuya Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:30-14:30 / 18:00-23:00
Closed: Sundays & Public Holidays
TEL: 03-3479-3857
Webpage: https://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1309/A130901/13007422/

 

 

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MOKUBABZA

This keema curry restaurant is located on the corner of a secluded street. It originally used to open only as a night bar, but keema curry became the talk of the town for being delicious, so it came to be open during lunchtime too. The most popular item on their menu is undoubtedly their ‘Cheese Keema Curry.’ It offers a large serving of rice topped with keema curry and melty mozzarella cheese. Placed again on top of that is a perfectly round egg yolk, giving it a unique appearance. This exquisite dish is cooked thoroughly with carefully selected spices.

 

Full Details: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/38757/2

 

■Informaiton

CURRY & BAR – “MOKUBAZA”

Address: 2-28-12 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo

Opening Hours: 11:00-15:00 (Lunch Time) / 19:30-23:30 (Bar Time)

Closed: Sundays & Holidays (Only closed for lunch on Sundays)

TEL: 03-3404-2606

Website: www.mokubaza.com/

 

Drooling yet? You’ve absolutely got to try the exquisite curry hidden away in Harajuku. Tuck in during lunchtime or dinnertime!

 

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