Did you know that Paris has an Indian district? But you don’t need to go there to find a good Indian restaurant. Here’s a little list that we prepared which will help you to find an address in order to make your taste buds travel straight to Bollywood.
Jaipur café €€
15 Rue des Messageries, 75010 Paris
Just 20 minutes on foot away from the Sacré Coeur – after visiting the Quartier Montmartre, you will be able to regain your strength in this Indian/Pakistani restaurant. As it belongs to the gourmet cuisine of Paris, if you have lunch here you will certainly indulge in the Bollywoodian culture and will make your taste buds travel.
Dishes from €12
Vegetarian dishes from €10
Om Shiva €€
28 Rue Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris
Located in the 9th district of Paris 10 minutes away from the Quartier Pigalle, this Indian restaurant offers 6 menus – including 2 vegetarian – and any 3 are also available at night.
With its diversified menu of Indian specialties, you will have have a lot of choices from the starter to the dessert.
Lunch menus from €11.50
Dinner menus from €20.90
Website: https://www.om-shiva.com/ (website in french)
Le Safari €
36 Rue du Ruisseau, 75018 Paris
About 10 minutes’ walk away from the Sacré Coeur, this Indian restaurant will amaze you! Whether its the authentic decor or its typical and traditional dishes, you will not believe it.
For those who are not meat lovers, there are various vegetarian menus and dishes with vegetables or fish and seafood.
Lunch menus from €8
Dinner menus from €18.50
Website: https://www.restaurant-lesafari.com/ (website in french)
Bombay Palace €
149-151 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris
Located in the 10th district between the Gare du Nord and the Gare de l’Est, this very cheap restaurant allows you to relish your meal without going broke.
Moreover, new dishes are added everyday depending on the produce arriving, so you will not be bored!
You also have the possibility to take advantage of their catering service for your events.
Prices: Dish of the day at €5
Website: http://bombay-palace-paris.fr/nos-plats/ (website in french)
Royal Indien €€
4 Rue de la Félicité, 75017 Paris
In this restaurant located in the 17th district of Paris, you have the choice between 3 menus at lunchtime (plus a children’s menu) and 2 menus at dinnertime. Between the dishes in sauce and the tandoori grills, it will be hard to choose.
Vegetarian, vegan, halal, lactose-free or gluten-free dishes are also available.
As it’s only 12 minutes on foot away from the Monceau park, you will be able to have a walk there after eating.
Lunch menu from €13
Dinner menu from €18
Website: https://www.royal-indien-paris.com/ (website in french)
73 Passage Brady, 75010 Paris
You will travel thanks to this restaurant located in the Paris’ Indian quarter – in the 10th district – in one of the coated crossings of Paris, the Passage de Brady. Let yourself be tempted by the tikka masala chicken or the balti gosht, the chef’s special meal. You will not be disappointed!
You can directly book a table on their website.
Prices: Menus from €10.50
Website: https://www.yasminhalalrestoparis.fr/ (website in french)
Trésor du Kashmir €€
6 Passage Brady, 75010 Paris
Located in the 10th district of Paris, this restaurant is also in the famous Passage de Brady. Only few meters away from the metro station Château d’Eau, it is very easily reachable.
With its many dishes, you might not be able to decide so let yourself be tempted by the Rani menu – which is served at lunch and dinner time – and which lets you choose between the best dishes of the restaurant.
Prices: Menu at lunch and dinner time at €18.90
90 Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris
An atypical and modern setting for a restaurant which is the same in terms of its cuisine. Come try the originality of this restaurant located in the heart of the Indian quarter, right next to the Saint-Martin canal.
You will find traditional dishes such as the samosas or the tandoori grills, but also western dishes such as the famous hamburger which has been revisited with an Indian twist.
Prices: Menus from €14
3 Rue Larochelle, 75014 Paris
Located just a few meters away from the Gare Montparnasse, this restaurant offers a huge choice to delight your taste buds.
No matter whether you prefer fish, poultry or lamb, you will find your happiness here.
If you can’t decide yourself, you will have the possibility to try one of the specialties, such as the shahi korma chicken.
Moreover, the restaurant menu offers many vegetarian dishes.
Prices: Menus from €11
Website: https://www.bassanti.com/menu (website in french)
Bollynan Grands Boulevards €
10 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75009 Paris
Come discover this restaurant – with its all-original wood decor – located in the 9th district of Paris.
As it’s a very active area with many bars and theaters, you will be able to benefit from them before or after having enjoyed your meal here.
You will naturally find the typical masala chicken, but have you tried the “Nanwich” – a sandwich made of the traditional Indian bread?
If not, don’t wait anymore!
Choose also between many vegetarian and vegan dishes.
Prices: Dishes from €9.50
Other address: Bollynan Montorgeuil 12 rue des Petits Carreaux, 75002 Paris
Desi Road €€€
14 Rue Dauphine, 75006 Paris
You are looking for a classy Indian restaurant? Well, the Desi Road is made just for you.
Located in the 6th district of Paris – about 10 minutes on foot away from the Notre-Dame cathedral – you will be able to taste this chef’s cuisine right next to the Seine.
Let yourself be tempted by the “Thali”, the restaurant specialty which is defined as assorted dishes, a naan (Indian bread) and a dessert. You will not be disappointed!
Vegan and vegetarian recipes are available.
Lunch menus from €15
Thali from €24
Website: http://desiroadrestaurant.com/carte#menu (website in french)
Kirane India €€
20 Rue du Débarcadère, 75017 Paris
Located in the 17th district – about 10 minutes on foot away from the Arc de Triomphe – the Kirane India offers a huge choice of all the Indian culinary specialties.
From the tikka madras chicken to the Badami lamb, having to choose will be the least pleasant part during this gustatory travel in India!
You will also have the possibility of choosing among dishes made with fish or seafood.
Lunch menus from €15.50
Dinner menus from €34.50
Website: https://restaurant-indien-paris-kiraneindia.fr/la-carte/ (website in french)
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