About the Restaurant
Venu’s South Indian Dining is a specialized south indian restaurant located in Kinshichou
It was founded by Chef Gopalakrishnan Venugopal in 2015. The restaurant derives its name, from none other than the founder himself, Mr. G. Venugopal. Mr. G. Venugopal learnt cooking from his mother, at a very young age and has an experience of about 35 years in the field of cooking. After working in several five-star hotels in India, where he learned different cuisines, he moved to Japan as a chef in Ajantha Tokyo.
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Had a really authentic Indian curry
Ask if you're not good at spicy one, they'll show you mild ones
Cheese naan was the best choice to enjoy dishes
The best cheese naan I've ever had in my life
I heard a lot from one of my friend but never got chance to be there. Finally I got chance to have lunch at "Venus South Indian Dining". Food and service was really good. During lunch time there is buffet just for 1000¥ which is cheap I think. I would recommend you to go there to enjoy authentic South Indian Food.
Amazing food and service! Everything from the samosas to the curry had that flavor kick that is lacking in a lot of the other Indian restaurants I've visited. Our waitress kindly let us order things that weren't even listed on the menu and we left very full and happy.
Service is quite great as well. Although the staff can speak Japanese, English, and Tamil, they have the right level of Interaction with their guests. Not too much, not too less. This is one of my favorite restaurants in Tokyo!
We recently arranged a buffet with Japanese clients. The food was awesome. Authentic south Indian taste. The staff is courteous and friendly. People here speak tamil. Offer great customer service. Good for buffet and can accommodate up to 25 people easily. The restaurant was closed to offer us buffet. That was great!!
A southern Indian restaurant, close to Kinshicho station.
How the chef uses the spices are marvelous.
Not only hot, but the elegant aroma spreads out.