Indian Restaurant Satyam

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They serve authentic Indian cuisine at this restaurant. There is a wide variety of Indian food of both North and South India, such as samosa (420 yen) and Indian-style tempura called pakora (from 500 yen), not to mention curry dishes. Their reasonable Lunch menu is very popular, and the signature dish is Special Lunch (1,550 yen) that consists of two kinds of curries, tandoori chicken and salad. They have a variety of a la carte dishes and drinks as well. You can enjoy authentic Indian cuisine in their spacious dining room with a relaxed atmosphere.

Address
1-27-10 Saido, Midori-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama
Contact No.
+81-48-762-997
Access
・25-30 min walk from JR Kita-Urawa Station ・Take a bus from the East Exit of Kita-Urawa Station (bound for Shiritsu Byoin) to Shiei Apart. 10-min walk fro the bus stop.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-15:00 (L.O.14:30)
17:00-22:00 (L.O.21:30)
Closed on Mondays
Official Website
http://satyam-s.com/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
Average price per person: 1,000-2,000 yen for lunch, 2,000-3,000 yen for dinner Menu: Special Lunch 1,550 yen, Samosa 420 yen, Seekh kabab 950 yen, Tandoori chicken 550 yen

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For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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A Wide Variety of Indian Cuisine

There are over 30 kinds of Indian dishes on the menu, such as seafood curry called Kerala Fish Curry (1,250 yen), various kinds of naans, seekh kabab (950 yen), tandoori chicken (550 yen) and lentil wafers called papadum (250 yen).

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Special Lunch: Stunning Shrimp Curry with an Amazing Blend of Spices

The Special Lunch (1,550 yen) includes shrimp curry, chicken curry, chicken kabab, tandoori chicken, salad, rice, naan, sweet yogurt and a drink. The creamy shrimp curry uses many exotic spices yet has a perfect balance. This curry is a must-have! It pairs very well with the flavorful naan.

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South Indian Vegetable Meals: South Indian Cuisine 101

The South Indian Vegetable Meals (1,050 yen) is a perfect introduction to South Indian cuisine. It consists of three kinds of curries, such as lentil-based vegetable curry called sambar, soup curry with tomatoes and spices called rasam and vegetable curry. It is also served with papadum, chapati and yogurt. The rasam is light and spicy, and it goes well with rice.

Source:食べログ

Indian Restaurant Satyam

They serve authentic Indian cuisine at this restaurant. There is a wide variety of Indian food of both North and South India, such as samosa (420 yen) and Indian-style tempura called pakora (from 500 yen), not to mention curry dishes. Their reasonable Lunch menu is very popular, and the signature dish is Special Lunch (1,550 yen) that consists of two kinds of curries, tandoori chicken and salad. They have a variety of a la carte dishes and drinks as well. You can enjoy authentic Indian cuisine in their spacious dining room with a relaxed atmosphere.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

A Wide Variety of Indian Cuisine

There are over 30 kinds of Indian dishes on the menu, such as seafood curry called Kerala Fish Curry (1,250 yen), various kinds of naans, seekh kabab (950 yen), tandoori chicken (550 yen) and lentil wafers called papadum (250 yen).

Source:食べログ

Special Lunch: Stunning Shrimp Curry with an Amazing Blend of Spices

The Special Lunch (1,550 yen) includes shrimp curry, chicken curry, chicken kabab, tandoori chicken, salad, rice, naan, sweet yogurt and a drink. The creamy shrimp curry uses many exotic spices yet has a perfect balance. This curry is a must-have! It pairs very well with the flavorful naan.

Source:食べログ

South Indian Vegetable Meals: South Indian Cuisine 101

The South Indian Vegetable Meals (1,050 yen) is a perfect introduction to South Indian cuisine. It consists of three kinds of curries, such as lentil-based vegetable curry called sambar, soup curry with tomatoes and spices called rasam and vegetable curry. It is also served with papadum, chapati and yogurt. The rasam is light and spicy, and it goes well with rice.

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