Rani Indian Restaurant and Bar: An Authentic Indian Cuisine Experience

I never thought that my first authentic Indian cuisine experience will be in Kanagawa, Japan. There are lots of Indian Restaurant in the Philippines but I haven’t tried eating there once.

Me at Rani Indian Restaurant

On my second day in Japan, my fiancé brought me in Rani, an Indian Restaurant and Bar situated in Yamato City, Kanagawa. Upon entering, we were greeted by the staffs and settled ourselves near the television which played a very weird and creepy cartoon series, seriously, kids cannot watch it. I wonder why they had that kind of cartoon there; my fiancé seemed to be entertained though.

Rani Indian Restaurant

There were few people eating that time. We ordered curry which I forgot the name as they all looked the same; I think I ordered a seafood curry with level 1 spiciness. While waiting for the food to be served, I was curious about the naan bread so I went near the kitchen and watched these two men as they make it.

It smelled so good.

Making Naan Bread Indian Restaurant

Cheese naan

Later they served the curry and the garlic and cheese Naan breads which taste terrific!!

To eat, just tear the bread and dip into the curry – same goes when you eat Skyflakes dip in a cup of coffee.

Curry

Curry

Garlic Naan
Garlic naan

Cheese naan
Cheese naan

Later on, I couldn’t consume my curry anymore because of the big serving and there were no more naan. I was disappointed with myself when I realized that my curry was ¥ 1,050 or $13 per servings and I couldn’t consume it. Expensive.

Rani Indian Restaurant

After eating, I explored the restaurant and found some nice stuff for girls. I always adore Indian pants, soon I will buy them when traveling to India or Nepal.

Rani Indian Restaurant
They also sell some lady stuff like scarfs and Indian pants

We actually came back at Rani when his mom arrived and she loved it too, though like me, she wasn’t able to consume the curry as well. It tasted so good, only that the servings were big enough to fit our stomach.

How to Get to Rani Indian Restaurant

Rani Indian Restaurant

Rani Indian Restaurant and Bar is 3 to 5-minute walk from Sagamino-Otsuka Station (Sotetsu Line).

Location: 2-14-17 Sakuramori, Yamato City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Hours of Operation: Monday to Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Contact No.: 046-260-6444

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  • http://adbenturera.wordpress.com/ leandra

    ang sarap ng naan! esp pag bagong gawa at mainit init pa, hehe! mhina din ako sa “spiciness” kya onti lng pg nagsawsaw ako sa curry. :) minsan nga sa dami ng Indian (tao + resto + shops) dito, we call it “BahraIndia.”

    i’m anticipating your Japan posts! will keep posted! :)

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    Ada Reply:

    WOW. BahraIndia. never heard of that, maybe soon I’ll try it! :D

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  • http://thepinaysolobackpacker.com thepinaysolobackpacker

    i like Indian foods pero d ko pa din na try s Pinas, s Malaysia ko ata natikman. Madame din pala sa Japan. thanks for sharing this cute Ada! :) gusto ko din pala ng Indian pants! hihi

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    Ada Reply:

    Maski ako!! Sa ibang bansa pa talaga tumikim eh noh hehe. :D Bili ako ng Indian pants soon pagbalik ng SG dami dun!

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  • http://thetravellerworldguide.com Hogga

    It amazed me how many top quality india restaurants there are in Tokyo and the surrounding area.

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    Ada Reply:

    Yes there are lot more! The thing that I love about restaurants in Japan is that you dont get to choose where to eat, just enter and eat! All of them are good.

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  • Mark

    I love Indian food, and always seek out a restaurant no matter where I am. Ive had great Indian food in Manila as well . Ah yummy ! Lamb rogan josh, aloo gobi , mutta paneer…..my mouth is watering ! Washed down with mango lassi :)

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    Ada Reply:

    WOOW!!! I soo love Mango Lassi! I had it in Palawan and whew.

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  • http://wandershugah.com Wander Shugahh

    I love curry and they really smell so yummy. Id love to try that naan bread soon though.

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    Ada Reply:

    Yes you should, damn. I tried looking for Naan bread here in Manila, mukhang bihira. Or kung meron man, di siguro kilala.

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  • http://www.pinoypassportstamps.blogspot.com melvin

    nakakagutom ang curry,it looks so rich.meron indian restaurant sa un ave na masarap din

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  • http://boundfortwo.com Sky|Boundfortwo.com

    I’m a big fan of Indian Food, as influence with my bosses :) At napakarami ng choices dito sa Malaysia.

    I love Butter Naan dip in Dal, Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Masala, and Mango Lasi :)

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