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Aalaap Lene Waala/
Ebisu: Curry
¥6277-2609
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This stylish little
"spice bar" serves
tasty Indian-in-
spired Japanese
curries and fusion-y
Indian side dishes.
Their namesake ALW
curry is a French-
Indian red wine-
based beef curry,
and it's the center-
piece of the lavish
ALW Curry Lunch
(also served at
dinnertime), along
with chicken confit,
three scoops of deli
vegetable salads,
pickles and brown
rice. The chicken
confit is actually a
bit bland on its own
and the curry isn't
all that meaty, but
they go together
perfectly.

Other curry options
are similarly cross-
cultural, with
Portuguese-style
pork vindaloo, Thai-
style masaman curry
and a very British
chicken tikka masa-
la. Then there are
inexpensive main
dishes like
coriander-chicken
brochettes, spice-
roasted lamb chops
and grilled tuna
with endives and
wild rocket. Daytime
cafe drinks include
masala chai and herb
teas, and there's a
cocktail-bar setup
at night, with Y100
off all drinks if
you drink them at
the standing bar.

The cafe is located
at the north end of
the Brick End res-
taurant minizone
behind the photogra-
phy museum in Yebisu
Garden Place. Lunch-
time curries with
brown rice are
Y1080, and come with
coffee or chai; the
ALW Curry Lunch is
Y1890.
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Shibuya-ku, Ebisu
4-20, Brick End. 
Open 11:30am-11pm
daily.
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