Siddique, the 3 in a row semi-grand winner of Kanda Curry Grand Prix’s Jimbocho store! The sweet and spicy special curry is fascinating!
Siddique is a major Indian and Pakistan curry restaurant that operates mainly in central Tokyo. The Restaurant was named after the owner, president Mian Ramzan Siddique.
Chiyoda Ward actually has a large number of curry restaurants in Tokyo. It is in the top 3 out of 23 wards. The most popular area is the Kanda/Jimbocho area, which is also called the "curry battlefield", and here you can enjoy a wide range of curry that attracts curry maniacs. Siddique has 3 restaurants; located in Akihabara, Kanda and Hanzomon. This Jimbocho store is located along Yasukuni Dori and is only 1-minute away on foot from Exit A1 of Jimbocho Subway Station.
Jimbocho’s highly reccomenned menu is "Siddique Special", the menue that was provided at the Kanda Curry Grand Prix. It has a traditional Siddique taste, sweet and spicy curry with large chicken fillets.
The lunchhere is cheap and generous! You can enjoy a huge set of naan and curry that’s too huge to fit on the plate. The best value of Siddique is absolutely this set menu. The menu is different between the restaurants, but they have traditional Pakistani dishes such as beef haleem and non-curry dishes at night. They do serve alcohol, but the food menu is all halal.