Niagara Curry (Yutenji, Tokyo)

Niagara CurryNiagara Curry is a charming restaurant owned by a collector of all memorabilia that is train related. Customers select their meal by ticket machine then have their curry order delivered to them by a mini-SL train. At the end of the meal, patrons are given a train ticket and paper stamped logo with the dine-in date. If you`re lucky to be there while the owner is there you can wear authentic train hats and take photos with him. He wears a train conductors uniform – hard to miss. Your train-loving kids will ask to go again and again.

Niagara Curry Notes: niagara curry kids plate

Mild, spicy or hot curry available with katsu, hamburg, veggie or shrimp toppings. Take out on a few menu items is available.

niagara curry menuEnglish Menu: Yes. Please ask.
Non-smoking: Lunch hours
Changing table: no
Highchair: no
Kids utensils: yes
Buggy/Pram: To be placed outside

niagara curry interiorNiagara Curry Details:

Address: 1-21-2 Yutenji, Meguro-ku, Tokyo (東京目黒区祐天寺 1-21-2)
Phone: 03-3713-2602
Hours: 11:00 – 20:00 Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday – Sunday. Closed Monday & Thursday (If Monday or Thursday fall on a holiday, they will be open but closed the next day)

Access: A 3-minute walk from Yutenji Station.

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Niagara Curry, Yutenji



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