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■We accept Birthday Party as well as Christmas Party cakes for Party Menu reservation guests without any charge.
Other guests should pay ¥200+tax per head.

■South Indian Buffet have finished on October 12th.2009

Introduction

Buddha is siting in front of the restaurant.

Buddha is siting in front of the restaurant.

SOUTH INDIAN RESTAURANT “Dharmasagara” opened on October 6th 2003 in Higashi-Ginza.

“Dharmasagara” means “Ocean of Justice(It means Buddha’s teaching for Buddhist)” in Sanskrit.

You can enjoy very healthy real South Indian food in the silent and cozy space with nice music.

All dishes are cooked with fresh spices and minimun salt and oil just like home made by Indian chefs from Tamilnadu for pure vegetarian and non-vegetarian.

Silent and cozy space.

Silent and cozy space.

Meals is always Ready.

Meals is always Ready.

Dosa

Dosa is a fermented crepe or pancake made from rice flour and black lentils.


Basic Information

OPEN HOURS

Mon~Friday
Lunch 11:30~14:00Last Order(14:30Close)
Dinner 18:00~22:00Last Order(23:00Close)

Sat/Sun/Holiday
Lunch 12:00~14:30Last Order(15:00Close)
Dinner 17:30~21:00Last Order(22:00Close)

 

Open Everyday except New Year Holiday.
Non-Smoking.

HOW TO ACCESS

Only 1 minute walk from No.5 exit of Higashi-Ginza station on Hibiya line or Toei-Asakusa line
7 minutes walk from Ginza station.

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didi’s SOUTH INDIAN RESTAURANT
Dharmasagara
Ginza-eight Bldg.2F,4-14-6 Ginza,
Chuo-ku,Tokyo#104-0061
T E L:03-3545-5588
E-mail:Didisworks@aol.com

▶detailed map is here in GoogleMaps

MENU

Weekday’s Lunch Meals ¥1,200+tax~ / Curry and Rice ¥950+tax
Dinner and Saturday&Holiday’s Menu ¥700+tax~  Meals ¥2,000+tax~

▶Please check the menu with photos on GOURNAVI (in Japanese)