The restaurant is small and located across the street from the thriving University of Tokyo, so don’t expect to get a seat on school days. Don’t be alarmed?Darjeeling does do take-out. The place is authentic Indian, from the waiter/manager/host and chef to the décor and Bollywood music. Walls and ceilings are covered in traditional cloth and beads as well as cameos of Indian women in saris. There is table and bar seating as well as a menu in English and in Japanese. You have options of a number of vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries, rice, and naan (flatbread), along with a variety of lassis (yogurt shakes) and desserts. The food is authentic, if made a little mainstream for mild Japanese tastes. Try the Alu Gobi Mushroom Curry and Naan.