Bengal: a long-established curry shop with a history starting in 1973

-Recommended menu-

-Diced beef curry (ビーフ角切りカレー)1,100 yen-

The most popular menu item here is a “Diced beef curry”…

Roux was made with Bengal-style special blended curry powder that differs from both Indian- and European-styles.

Lumps of diced beef simmered for a long time are in it.

I love the texture of beef that will easily flack in my mouth.

-Full of vegetables curry(具沢山な野菜カレー) 1,000 yen-

Another popular menu item is “Full of Vegetables curry” made with plenty of variety vegetables, including tomato, cabbage, carrot, and paprika.

This is a watery, light-flavored curry.

Its spicy roux is simmered with vegetables for a long time and has an excellent balance of sweetness of the vegetables.

It is a recommended dish for those who are concerned not getting enough vegetables or who are on diet.

-Shop features-

Bengal(ベンガル) is a long-established curry-specialized shop with a history staring in 1973.

The shop has been loved by locals.

The shop is considered to be the oldest curry shop in Akihabara.

The shop provides not only table-seats but also counter-seats so that single customers can also enjoy curry in a comfortable manner.

The shop offers a relaxed atmosphere where jazz or black music is playing.

-Restaurant information-

Name: Bengal(ベンガル)
Address: 3-6-1 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021 Japan

Access: A five-minute walk from the Denkigai exit of Akihabara Station on the JR Yamanote Line
Tel: +81-3-6260-8879
Opening hours: 11:30-15:00 and 17:00-21:00
Closed days: Mondays and sometime closed irregularly
*If a public holiday falls on Monday, the following Tuesday will be closed.
*Smoking is allowed only at lunch during weekdays.)