Authentic Indian court cuisine Maharaja restaurant, in Marunouchi, with special attention to ingredients and health.
Maharaja Marunouchi is located in B2 of the Meiji Yasuda Seimei Building, a 5-minutes walk from Tokyo and Yurakucho Stations, where you can enjoy both North and South Indian cuisine. The Maharaja Group established Maharaja Restaurant in Tokyo in 1968 to introduce authentic Indian food culture to Japan. The restaurant offers nourishing and nutritious dishes that maximise the medicinal potential of spices. All meals are Halal. The private room can be used as a Muslim prayer space only when there are no customers.
A variety of spices are used in Maharaja's Indian cuisine. They bring out the flavour of the ingredients, tone the body and change the mood with their aroma. It is a medical cuisine that uses food to regulate the body.
The rich, thick curries of northern India, with a wide variety of meat dishes and naan and chapattis as staples, and the lighter curries of the south, with rice as the staple food and lots of vegetables, seafood and coconut milk. A vegetarian menu is also available, which is satisfying enough without meat.