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Silk Road Tarim Uighur Restaurant

  • Not serving dishes made with pork
  • Has a non-pork, non-alcoholic menu.
  • Is a Halal-only kitchen.
  • Uses Halal-specific utensils.
  • Has a Muslim chef.
  • The owner is Muslim.
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At the Silk Road Tarim Uighur Restaurant, you can enjoy the authentic taste created by a veteran chef who has studied at a first-class luxury hotel in Urumqi. The hand-rolled noodles, which are stretched while being beaten by the traditional method, are fascinating with their vivid handling.
If you visit here, you definitely want to eat “Talim Laghman,” a signboard menu where the chef makes noodles by hand after receiving an order.
Plenty of tomato-based sauce with lamb and vegetables on top of strong udon-like noodles! The soft flavored lamb and crispy vegetables are exquisitely entwined with noodles and tomato sauce.
The Uighurs have a nomadic history and often use sheep meat in home cooking. Only Genghis Khan can be thought of as a typical sheep dish in Japan, but here you can enjoy a wide variety of delicious sheep dishes from the tongue to the internal organs of the sheep.

Open hours
Weekdays 17:00 ~ 24:00
Sat/Sun/Holi 12:00 ~ 24:00
40 seats
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Nishi-Shinjuku Bar Building 1st floor, 3-15-8 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

5 minutes walk from Hatsudai Station on the Keio New Line, 10 minutes walk from the South Exit of JR Shinjuku Station.