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So many so-called Indian Restaurants in Japan are either completely walking beside their shoes or a pale copy of an extraordinary epicurean culture that I always warily walk in any such establishment.
Well, this time I needed not worry as I was enjoying the company of my new Indian Cricket friend Deepak who simply said, “just like home!”. The fact that the owner, Mr. Binay Kumar, hails from the same State in India certainly did help!
We had booked lunch as we would be coming between opening hours, which did not seem to trouble the owner, a single proof that pleasing his customers is a rule.
Mr. Kumar had worked for the first restaurant, Kumar in Act City in Hamamatsu cIty, before acquiring it five years ago. Two years later he opened Laxami in the same City, far away from the centre, proving his business acumen.
Lunches come at reasonable prices at 750, 980, 1,450 and 1,500 yen with a 680 yen special for kids. An array of single dishes are avalaible from 630 yen apiece.
Lunnch buffet is on offere on Saturdays and Sundays for 1,000 yen per person.
Not only soft drinks, but also wine, beer and even whiskies are on the menu.
As we were starving we chose the 1,450 yen menu.
I will let judge for yourselves:
Tandoori Chicken and Mutton Kebab
Vegetables Curry (probably a different name!).
Note that there is plenty on offer for vegetarians and vegans!
Potato Parantha, Poori, Chapati and so on are also featured on the menu!
Dal Soup. For Vegetarians and Vegans again! Actually Mr. Kumar had a lunch of Dal Soup and Rice later!
“Don’t break my herat!”, the owner could not help joke!
Laxami Indian Restaurant
433-8122 Hamamatsu City, Naka Ku, Kamijima, 2-1-1
Tel. & Fax: 053-474-0300
Kumar Indian Restaurant
430-7790 Hamamatsu City, Naka Ku, Itaya Cho, Act Tower, 111-2, Act Plaza B1
Tel. & Fax: 053-451-0154
Business hours: 11:00~13:00, 17:30~22:00
6 thoughts on “Indian Restaurant: Lunch at Laxami”
Thanks a lot for nice comments!!! pls make sure to came to my resturant!!! i try to give my best service!!! with my warm regards!!! kumar
You are most welcome!
Not only it is corny, but I’m sure Mr. Kumar repeats it a dozen times every day!
LOL, the don’t break my heart joke is so corny it’s funny.
We’ll have to talk about this tenpura restaurant!
Next stop Shizuoka City I hope!