The food was average and the staff was rude and brash. If you’re looking for a decent place with decent food, avoid this place.
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surprise find - a little Indian restaurant tucked away in a residential area of Kyoto, serving truly authentic Indian food (I can vouch for Tamil and Tandoori, didn't try their North Indian thaali). All tables were fully occupied during Weekday lunch by local regulars! Crispy...More
We were keenly looking forward to Indian restaurant offering South Indian food.Thilaga more than met with our expectations.Their food was pretty authentic.A cosy place with warm hearted welcoming couple looking after our needs.Japanese people are known for their politeness and culture.The couple who run the...More
The food quality at this restaurant is probably better than many restaurants in India! As a South Indian traveller longing for some familiar food, we went to this restaurant. And we were left gobsmacked! The vadas, dosa, rasam etc that we had ordered were truly...More
Nice food and kind staff, but beware: Extremely small portions! We ended up ordering two main dishes (chicken Tika Masala and Chicken tandoori) which were literally miniscule, 1 portion of bashmati rice for 600+ yen which was practically half a plate and two Nan (to...More
Came to Thilaga with family. Pretty good south Indian food, with an okay vegetarian selection, but what really stood out was the decor. I ordered a paratha set with a vegetable curry. The waiter nicely informed us before hand that the set would take 15...More
Having had south indian food in over a dozen countries I can certainly say that the food was pretty average, but the fact that this is the only south indian restaurant in town makes it worthwhile!
We came here in December 2014 and had a great time. We were a bug group and the staff were very accommodating. Highly recommended.