Saturday after a lesson, I walked to the grocery store.
On my way, I passed by SOL to see if he had keema curry....nope.
I debated whether to get lunch from there, but on my way back from the grocery store, I stopped to pick-up some tandoori chicken (3 drumette pieces) 300 yen (about US$3), naan 200 yen (about US$2) & chicken curry 300 yen (about US$3).
The tandoori was skewered onto metal skewers then placed into the same vertical "oven" that the naan was baked in.
Since I wasn't feeling too hungry, I ate 1 drumette, halved the curry and halved the naan.
I think the only time I've tried tandoori chicken was at CPK (California Pizza Kitchen) and that version was really dry. The tandoori chicken at SOL was moist, tender with a little zap of spiciness....delicious.
I also made some chai, using the spices I picked up in Tokyo.
Lunch the next day was even better, I put the chicken and naan in the oven to warm up. The chicken got bright orangey-pink and a little burnt, the naan got crispy and the curry was delicious, it was a nice way to warm up on a cold day.