We ate at the place multiple times, many vegetarian choices, food was excellent (I am North Indian so I know the cuisine :)), service was good, prompt and accommodating with kids and families. Great find!!
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Being vegetarians tourists in Japan is a challenge, so we were delighted to find an Indian restaurant close to where we stayed. It was a pleasant surprise to find authentic Indian food at a simple restaurant in Kyoto. The staff and the owner are extremely...More
We ended up there for dinner, looking to eat different then japanese. It was good indian food (not the touristy one you have sometime) and well seasoned (not too spicy at all like others said, maybe they are used to touristy places finally ;-) )....More
Our meal was excellent--rice with vegetable korma and saag paneer (superior), raita, with an Indian salad to start. The naan was exquisite, very light, thin and slightly crisp. It's probably the best Indian meal I've had to date.
The food offered by the restaurant was quite authentic North-Indian with a fairly large menu and at least the dishes we had made very well . The service was quick and the staff very courteous and polite. I would recommend Ajanta to anyone seeking genuine...More
The food is great, although atmosphere can be a bit cramped if there's a lot of people as it's not so big inside. The soup they give before the meal is fantastic (some peppery tomato soup?), but the best thing is they offered free extra...More
Ajanta serves one of the best Indian vegetarian food we had in an Indian restaurant in Japan. have been here 4-5 times over 2 trips to Kyoto and have never been disappointed. What this place lacks in terms of service, its food makes up for...More
Interesting place..... first we lost our way and then a kind Japanese gentleman switched on his GPS and walked us around the corner to the restaurant (thank you Sir - you Japanese people are wonderful). Its a small restaurant, but the service was quick, the...More
we usually do not eat Indian on vacation but really had the urge in Kyoto. we were not disappointed, the food was authentic and the service excellent. hit the spot after repeated Japanese meals which were not as good as we expected.
Very indifferent staff, poor courtesy to guests. Fusion of Indian and Japanese food. For example, we ordered vegetarian pulao and chicken biriyani. In both, there was no signature Basmati rice but it was the sticky Japanese rice. Slice of onion and a piece of lemon...More