Tasty food as per Indian standards... not very expensive.. in all a must visit for Indian food in Paris.
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This is nice little indian restaurant. We passed it many times while in Paris. It never seemed busy. We decided to go here for dinner one night. Had a vegetable samosa agneu.as an appetizer. It was ok, not as flakey as others I have had....More
We ate as a couple during the week. We have a favorite Indian restaurant in Parid, but it was across town and this was near out hotel, so we thought we would try it. We didn't have a reservation and were able to walk in...More
This nice cozy spot is a little off the beaten path but has good solid Indian food, at least for this American who loves it. The Poulette Jalferezi was rich and flavorful, though not as hot as I prefer it. My partner had the Poulette...More
We were looking for pure vegetarian food. Since my son has severe egg allergy we have to be extra careful with ingredients. Bilal was extremely friendly and helpful in providing us with dishes that not only meet these requirements but were also very delicious. He...More
After a busy day in parks, although not French food this was an absolute delight! A special mention to the butter chicken possibly the best we have ever had! If you are feeling like something a little bit different give this place a go it...More
Above average food, but too expensive for what you get. Portions are bit small. The music in the restaurant was not good (low-quality piano 'jazz') but I managed to ignore it. I ordered the dal, which was pretty good. The rice with peas didn't have...More
we went as a party of 6. pleasant waiting staff. decent food. Nothing extra ordinary, but the usual indian food. I would thoroughly recommend aubergine bajji. Sadly they do not make pilau rice. They ahve a good selection of meat and vegetarian food.
Horrible food. The worst Indian I have ever had. We had the vegetable korma, palak paneer, and baigan bartha. I have never seen inedible palak paneer---but this was. The naan was the sole exception: both garlic and kashmiri naan were fine.
Wet there for dinner. As a welcome, got half baked wet papad without any chutney. Ordered Aloo Samosa for starter and they served smallest samosa ever, cooked in dirty oil and no potatoes at all. Starters for all the guests were served in one standard...More