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Good Indian Restaurants in Paris

Old May 10, 10, 6:30 am
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Good Indian Restaurants in Paris

Hi,

I am wondering if there are any good Indian Restaurants in Paris somewhere near CDG, Vendome and Madeleine?

If anyone got any ideas then do let us know.

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Old May 10, 10, 6:50 am
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Over by the Galleries Lafayette department store is my favorite:
Gandhi Ji's
12, rue La Fayette, 75009
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Old May 10, 10, 7:19 am
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Trip Advisor has a decent list, including Gandhi Ji's. There are quite a few good ones. I have chosen some just because they looked inviting while walking by.

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restauran...de_France.html

Sadly most of my favorite French restaurant guides do a lousy job locating good Indian restaurants.
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Old May 10, 10, 8:00 am
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i have found that most of the "indian" cooking i have enjoyed has been prepared by someone from someone descended from the indian subcontinent.

makes paris pretty limited. london is a different story. many styles and much good in london from the indian ocean area.
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Originally Posted by slawecki View Post
i have found that most of the "indian" cooking i have enjoyed has been prepared by someone from someone descended from the indian subcontinent.
There are actually a lot of places in Paris that fit this criteria, particularly in neighborhoods and off the beaten path. The problem I have is that the spice level is often "Frenchified", requiring some convincing to get my favorite dishes hot enough.
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Old May 10, 10, 9:53 pm
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Au Sommet De L'Himalaya
75, Rue St Martin
Paris 75004

Near Le Centre Pompidou. We went there New Year's Eve a couple of years ago - only place we could get in without reservations. I'm usually not a big fan of Indian food, but this place was very good.
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