It had been awhile since I visited SOL.
For one, the owner opens at noon, and it is rare that I am walking around his shop at that time.
Another thing was that he was renovating, taking over the kitschy knick-knack shop boasting "Hawaiian plate lunch" (which we were too afraid to try) next door.
By taking over the next door's space, he was able to increase the number of seats to eat on and also open up his kitchen.
I usually order the keema curry but it isn't back on his menu (yet), instead I ordered the chicken curry...300 yen.
The naan is definitely getting bigger...200 yen.
And the cup of chai had just the right amount of sweetness...100 yen.
It was nice to see a good amount of foot traffic while I was there.
There is no parking, though everyone just puts their hazards on and parks in front of the shop (typical Japan!)
He's kept his prices the same and I hope he can keep up with the orders, his curry is definitely worth going back for.