The Taste of Mumbai Meets the Glitz of Ginza at Ginza Lamb House 

There’s an expectation for excellence in the case of dining in Ginza, and the newly-opened Ginza Lamb House doesn’t disappoint. The Mumbai restaurant family, now totaling 17, has a long-standing fame as being home to a few of the very best Indian cuisines across Tokyo, Saitama and Chiba. The primary restaurant, which opened in 2005, is situated in Kudanshita next to the Indian Embassy and recurrently caters for prestigious guests similar to official delegations. 

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While this can be a major feather in owner Popi Kuroda’s cap, Kuroda tells Metropolis that it’s now Ginza Lamb House she is most enthusiastic about. The exclusive lamb-specialty menu — a rarity for Japan — puts this tender meat within the highlight of each the restaurant’s lunch and dinner courses. Inspired by the flavors of Mumbai, harmonizing with Japanese dining and elevated to the glittering standards of Ginza, the Crystal Course serves a platter of various lamb cuts and vegetables for diners to grill yakiniku-style on a crystal platter. 

The Crystal Platter Dinner Course

The lamb is rigorously chosen and tenderized by the chefs upfront so that after it cooks on the crystal-plate grill the result’s supremely tender, moist and flavorful bites of lamb. For those who’ve ever had roast lamb and been disillusioned by a dry sliver of meat served with a dollop of mint sauce, throw this memory out of your mind while you enter Ginza Lamb House. The lamb here is nothing just like the oven-roast or the cast-iron grill approach to cooking – the crystal approach to grilling renders the lamb much juicier. 

Fresh and varied sabjis, or side dishes, complement the feast, and diners can dip juicy bites of lamb into the collection of condiments and smoked salts. The mixtures of herbs and spices take you right to the guts of North Indian cuisine, while the table-top cooking makes the restaurant’s atmosphere feel sociable, warm and relaxed. “Lamb-chan” the restaurant’s little sculpture mascot normally sits proudly in an alcove of the wealthy blue and golden partitions, and warm lighting casts a luxurious glow across the comfortable space. 

When you’ve snapped up all of the lamb on the crystal grill and polished off the vegetables, the servers usher in the shime-curry (ending dish curry). A superbly-sized portion of lamb curry and fluffy pilau rice, this can be a burst of harmonizing spices crowned with tender pieces of lamb and balanced with a tangy side serving of crunchy pickled vegetables. 

The Premium Curry Set is a well-liked lunchtime alternative

Sure to satisfy even the most important of appetites, if the dinner course has still left you craving for more, take pleasure in a refreshing portion of mango ice cream or sit back with a cup of chai tea to complete off the evening. Perfect for celebrations, parties and groups, the table-top cooking and drinks menu makes for an excellent night for socializing with friends or coworkers. The restaurant seats up to twenty-eight people and may cater for personal parties for groups of 15 guests upwards. 

While many individuals in Japan have come to associate Indian restaurants as casual dining establishments, Ginza Lamb Home is pleased to be refreshing the usual and setting the bar high — guests now flock here for filling work break lunches and celebratory evening occasions alike. Lunchtime has a more casual feeling, serving the identical, much-loved collection of lunch sets that diners enjoy in any respect the Mumbai locations. The Butter Chicken Set, Black Pepper Chicken Set, BBQ & Double Curry Set and Biryani Set are only a number of the popular selections. Plus, there’s all-you-can-eat rice and naan on offer and the restaurants prepares nine several types of curry every day. 

For those with dietary specifications, Ginza Lamb Home is flexible and offers halal meat along with vegetarian and vegan options — please just contact the restaurant upfront to rearrange non-meat options. 

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11:00 – 15:00 ( L.O.14:30 )
17:30 ~ 23:00(L.O. 22:00)
Mon – Sat
Zenrin Bldg B1F, 4-8-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
1 min. walk from Ginza Sta. Exit A7 ( Ginza Line / Hibiya Line )
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