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. The Akihabara restaurant is 4 minutes away on foot from Akihabara station.
At the Akihabara store, butter chicken curry is highly recommended. This mellow curry is popular especially among women.
The chef is Muslim and is from India. Many of the staff are Muslims from India and Pakistan, so when there are no customers, they sometimes pray using the second floor. All the food here is halal and you can enjoy fresh vegetables, chicken, mutton and fish curry. For alcohol drinks, there serve Indian wine which is rare, and also spicy sours with chili peppers such as spicy tomato-hi.