The mellow ambience at Raja is matched by the delicious Indian food. The restaurant is now in its second generation; the friendly owner/chef is the son of the reputed first Indian chef in Kobe. Among the home-style curries and samosas, vegetarians can find something mecha oishii (very delicious). Raja attributes the excellence of the tandoori chicken to using the highest grade charcoal available in Japan. It's on the west end of Chinatown, near Moto-machi. Dinner
sets start from ¥3,200.
B1F Sanotatsu Bldg., 2–7–4 Sakae-machi, Kōbe, Hyōgo-ken, 650-0023, Japan