Kashmir is staffed by one chef; we didn’t have time for chit-chat because he’s understandably busy and patrons are understandably hungry. The restaurant is basic: one counter, eight seats. It’s more like a dingy garage. The menu is an aged, grubby handwritten poster on the wall. Most dishes are priced around ¥1,000. I went with mutton curry, which is an uncommon meat outside of some Asian, Indian and Middle Eastern restaurants here. Orders are made more or less from scratch, hence the long wait.