This is one of Tokyo's best known Indian restaurants, with its highly praised cooking and exquisite decor. In the dining room, patrons are delighted ... More
This is one of Tokyo's best known Indian restaurants, with its highly praised cooking and exquisite decor. In the dining room, patrons are delighted with the elephant sized gold vases, crystal glass partitions and genuine Indian folk paintings. While walking amongst the grandeur on red plush carpets, some remark that they feel like they are walking in the clouds. The staff also help to make this restaurant a favorite. Not surprisingly, this restaurant is frequented by celebrities as well as ordinary folks ot to enjoy a night on the town.
Way back in 1980 we were there in EIL/ONGC team. I was a veg. and survived somehow on apple pie and other potato stuffs from Mc donalds when we found out the first MOTI restaurant. I remember the elder brother was there and was just married in India but did not bring his wife to Japan and also the younger who had just clean shaven that time but still wore a turban. He used to serve food on the table. Outside various dishes were displayed but made of plastic but looked real. Enjoyed the place and also food.
Great ambience and good food quality. Would definitely recommend this Indian Restaurant
We visited it for dining and the experience was very good. In heart of Roppongi District and very close to the Roppongi subway station.
If you like Indian food and are in Ropongi give Moti a try. I ate there several times during my time in Japan, and it was one of the few places I went back to somewhat regularly. The menu, I recall, was in English. The curry lunch buffet was an excellent value. The fact that you served yourself made it that much better.
A small group of us went in for a farewell dinner when we left Japan and had the worst waiter I can remember. After a few years in Tokyo, I didn't come to expect much in the way of service, but this guy hit rock bottom and proceeded to dig. I'm not sure where he was from but where ever it was neither English (OK, I'm in a foreign country, I don't expect them to know my language...) or Japanese (but he didn't speak theirs that well either) wasn't the main language there. He wasn't much for getting our orders correct or to us in a hurry, but he made for good comic relief. We asked him to take a picture toward the end of the night, and that was beyond his ability as well. We got a great shot of the ceiling and far wall with the tops of our heads nicely marking the bottom of the frame. We asked what a mixed drink on the menu was (asked in English because he pretended to speak it) and he read us the name of the drink right off the menu in English. Such a help, that one!
The poor service wasn't enough to keep us from coming back and it shouldn't keep you away. You'll find it on the second floor above the South (I think) Ropongi Dori subway station exit.
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