Popular Saitama-based curry joint Negombo 33 opened its second outpost in Tokyo’s hip Koenji neighbourhood. So what's to order? Think Indian curry dishes with a unique Japanese twist all made from fresh produce. Get a taste of the branch’s speciality, the ‘lamb keema curry’ (¥1,600 including delivery), a hearty mix of minced lamb meat simmered with wine and tomatoes, or go for their ‘pork vindaloo’ (¥1,500 including delivery), a popular dish from the region of Goa (West India). If you want to get a taste of both, then go for the aigake set, which boasts two smaller versions of both curries for ¥2,000 including delivery. Round off your curry adventure with a gâteau chocolat made from couverture chocolate, or their ‘corcor rum and raisin ice cream’, which uses additive-free rum brought in from Okinawa’s Minami-Daitojima island.