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The best of Indian restaurants

Some of the best Indian restaurants in Paris are mentioned here. Attracting good reviews by the discerning, the following restaurants are a gourmet's choice for Indian cuisine in the heart of Paris.

Indra

10 Rue du Commandant Rivière, 75008
Tel: +33 (0) 1 42 25 00 32
Metro: St. Philippe du Roule (Line 9)

 

 

Undoubtedly, the best Indian restaurant in Paris, Indra has been listed for over 30 years in the prestigious Guide Michelin as fourchette d'or. A meal for two, exclusive of wine, could cost 75 Euro upwards.

More info on www.restaurant-indra.com

Annapurna

32, rue de Berri, 75008
Tel: +33 (0) 1 45 63 91 56
Metro: St. Philippe du Roule (Line 9)

 

The oldest Indian restaurant in Paris, Annapurna offers a sumptuous variety. A favourite of celebrities and business persons alike, a meal for two, exclusive of wine, could cost 60 Euro upwards.

Jodhpur Palace

16, rue Antoine- Junlien Hénard, 75012
tel: +33 (0) 1 43 40 72 46
Metro: Daumesnil (FelixEboue) (Line 6, 8)

 

 

An elegant decor along a long dining room, Jodhpur Palace offers a fine dining experience. A meal for two, exclusive of wine, could cost 60 Euro upwards.

More info on www.jodhpurpalace.com

Gandhi -Opéra

66, rue Ste Anne, 75002
Tel: +33 (0) 1 42 60 59 60
Metro: Quatre Septembre/ Pyramides (Line 3)

 

Located near the Stock Exchange, La Bourse, this restaurant offers authentic north Indian and Punjabi fare. A meal for two, exclusive of wine costs 60 Euro upwards.

More info on www.gandhi.fr

Kirane's

85, Avenue des Ternes, 750017
Tel: +33 (0) 1 45 74 40 21
Metro: Porte Maillot (Line 1)

 

Run by the restaurateur Kirane, this restaurant welcomes you with a life-size statue of Ganesha. Refined, understated elegant ambiance is an addition to the delicious food, which can be had for 50 Euro upwards for two, exclusive of wine.

More info on Kirane's website

Nirvana Inde

6, rue de Moscou, 75008
Tel: +33(0) 1 45 22 27 12
Metro: Liège (Line 13)
Bus: 81, 95 (Bus stop: Liege)

 

A superbly decorated restaurant offering a meal for two for around 50 Euro, exclusive of wine.

More info on www.restaurant-indien-paris-nirvana.fr

Shah Jehan

4 Rue Gauthey, 75017
Tel: +33 (0) 1 42 63 44 06
Metro: Brochant (Line 13)
Bus: 31, 54, 66, 74 (Bus stop: Rue des Moines, Brochant-Cardinet)

 

Decent Indian fare for two, in a good ambiEnce, can be had for around 50 Euro, exclusive of wine.

Darjeeling

11, rue des Colonels, 75017
Tel: +33(0) 1 45 72 09 32
Metro: Agentine (Line 1)

 

Lavish choice of food in a cozy, warm setting makes it an ideal place for a dinner for two, costing around 50 Euro, exclusive of wine.

More info on www.darjeeling-ontable.com

Yugaraj

14, rue Dauphine, 75006
Tel: +33 (0) 1 43 26 44 91
Metro: Saint-Michel (Line 4), Pont Neuf (Line 7)
Bus: 58, 70 (Bus stop: Pont Neuf-Quai des Grands Augustins)

 

Located within a walking distance from Notre Dame Cathedral, Yugaraj serves a high quality meal to its discerning clients since more than 37 years.

A meal for two costs upwards of 60 Euros. A 6-dish menu costs around €66.

Santoor

30 rue Marbeuf, 75008
Tel: +33 (0) 1 42 56 32 65
Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Line 1, 9), George V (Line 1)
Bus: 32, 73, BAL (Bus Stop: La Boetie- Champs Elysees)

 

Located near the chic Champs- Elysees, Santoor . has been serving the clients for the past 22 years.

Its cuisine found a well deserved mention in the prestigious Bottin Gourmand (Ed: 2006-07). A meal for two costs upwards of 50 Euros.

Taj

19, rue de la Roquette, 75011
Tel: +33 (0) 1 48 05 69 19
Metro: Voltaire (Line 9)
Bus: 56, 69 (Bus stops: Voltaire-Leon Blum, Popincourt)

 

In Paris for the past 23 years, Restaurant Taj invites you to a gastronomic voyage to India. Choice of food, Indian appetisers and drinks to go with, a meal for two à la carte would cost 45-50 Euros, exclusive of wine.

www.restaurant-taj.com

Kamala Inde

17, Boulevard Victor, 75015 Paris
Tel: +33 (0) 1 45 31 88 57
Metro: Balard (Line 8)
Tram: Desnouettes (T3)

Located not very far from Porte de Versailles, Kamala Inde was awarded La Fourchette D'or in 2007.

 

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