SEINAN Group ventured into the art of culinary delights in 1993. Ghungroo, a fine dining Indian restaurant, first opened its doors at Aoyama and set the standards for authentic Indian cuisine in the region. Since then SEINAN Group has expanded to 2 branches of Ghungroo in Omotesando, Tokyo & Urayasu, Chiba. Ghungroo is a one-step destination for flavors of the past, a rich experience in authentic Indian art of food preparation and aromatic extravaganza.
The name Ghungroo, stems from a musical anklet tied to the feet of classical Indian dancers. The rhythm of its jingle as the dancers coordinates feet movement with classical Indian music set the standards for warmth and musical notes that revitalized the mind of the listeners. It was a tradition that predates the Maharajas of India. Ghungroo sets its tone from the origin of its name in creating classical Indian dishes that transforms the mind and body into an experience which was reserved by royalty of an era gone by. Ghungroo brings culinary delights as well as ambience into a mixed fusion of Indian tradition and authenticity in Japan that is one of its kind.
Ghungroo is located at the fashion hub of Tokyo, Omotesando; just two minutes walking distance from Omotesando stantion. At Ghungroo, all curry are painstakingly made by hand at the time of order with authentic Indian spices while holding the age old recipes and traditional Indian preparation. All ingredients that goes into the preparation of food are imported directly from India. Rice, spices and wine from India all come into a blend of Indian authentic culinary festival which is Ghungroo.
Located at Urayasu, a close proximity to Tokyo Disneyland, Ghungroo is a stepping stone away from the Urayasu station. This second branch of Ghungroo that has been popular in the region for the last two decades. Specially trained Indian chefs in the art of authentic Indian culinary preparation, Ghungroo boasts rich flavors of Indian spices and chewy naan. Special tandoor in the kitchen brings in the authenticity of naan making and tandoor as it overwhelms the senses of its customers