Akihabara : Indian foods party at Aarti (アールティ)

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I know the tastes. But this was first visits.

I had wanted to be in Aarti that is Indian foods restaurant in Akihabara area for a long time, and finally my wish came true ! My acquaintance who is a regular customer of here reserved for us.
About 13 or 14 people who wanted to go Aarti gathered !
We reserved a group room, but it was fully packed by our large group 🙂

Appearance, Aarti (Akihabara)

いつも通販でカレーを買ってたアールティ。初めての実物(`・ω・´)本当に存在してたんだ・・・(笑)

They serve many kinds of beers from all over the world, not only from India.
I chose San miguel (サンミゲール) from Philippines.

San miguel, Aarti (Akihabara)

飲み物は「サンミゲール」というフィリピンのビールに。

Papad (パパド)

Papad, Aarti (Akihabara)

By the way, this course was special one that my acquaintance ordered specially.

Soup (スープ). Creamy tomato soup.

Soup, Aarti (Akihabara)

Lamb chop (ラムチョップ). So spicy and delicious and it went with the beer well. But my hands were all sticky with the sauce !

Lamb meat, Aarti (Akihabara)

ラムチョップ。辛くておいしー。ビールにあうー!けど手がべたべたー!

Aloo Tikki (アルティッキ). Deep fried potatoes.

Fried foods, Aarti (Akihabara)

Then Curries were served.

Chicken curry, Aarti (Akihabara)

カレーだ!実物だー!

spinach curry, Aarti (Akihabara)

Beans curry, Aarti (Akihabara)

You may aware of it. I don’t put the curries’ name above those photos…Yes,,, I don’t remember 🙁
Chicken, spinach and beans curry. But I don’t remember those exact names.
I enjoyed their foods slowly, but foods were served quickly one after another !

Everything was so spicy. I knew later, they cook unusually spicy by mistake.Well, I love spicy foods, so I was glad.

After spicy foods, sweet food was served.

Anko naan (あんこナン).

Anko naan, Aarti (Akihabara)
This anko naan is special one and they don’t serve usually.
My acquaintance brought her favorite anko to this shop and asked them to cook anko naan with it.
Well, there are so many Indian foods restaurant all over the world, but this anko naan could be eaten only in Japan… no, maybe only some of restaurants in Japan…
It used to be on the menu.

Biryani (ビリヤニ)

Biryani, Aarti (Akihabara)

Those were about 4500 yen in all (including anko fee :P)
That was really fun and everything was good. I want to visit there at lunchtime, too.
One of the participant recommended me prawn curry at lunchtime.

By the way, this was the first time to visit Aarti. But I was always enjoying Aarti’s curries by mail-order.

So, I was really impressed by visiting there actually 🙂

About Indian restaurant Aarti (インディアンレストラン アールティ)

Address / Oiwa Bldg 2F, 50 Sakumagashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Station / Akihabara station (JR, Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:30 – 15:30, 17:00 – 23:00
Closed / No scheduled
Twitter / @aarti_akiba

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