Top 5 Indian restaurants in Paris
Paris is a city of gastronomy and good food, but it is also a very international capital: it is the perfect mix for original culinary adventures. If you hesitated between Mumbaï and Paris for your holidays and ended up choosing the French capital, I’ve got the perfect compromise for you. Here are the top 5 Indian restaurants in Paris!
Have a relaxing moment at Samsara
Located at 3 rue Jourdain, you will find Samsara. Far from the touristic areas of Paris, try out the most Indian restaurant in the north of Paris! The meals are from India and from Pakistan, and the flavors have already seduced the twentieth arrondissement inhabitants. The main dishes are pretty affordable (from seven euros to fourteen euros) and their menus are too. Plus, if it’s sunny you can enjoy your food while sitting at their big terrasse. If you’re in the mood for a picnic you should know that the restaurant offers a take-away option and that the place is located next to the Buttes-Chaumont park.
Travel to Delhi at Au Palais du Grand Moghol
The top 5 Indian restaurants in Paris are full of surprises: the Au Palais du Grand Moghol is located at 9 rue Gérando. It will get you out of Paris and make you land directly in the middle of Delhi. This hotel offers a unique atmosphere and incredible decorations. It is praised by the regulars and the average price for a main dish and a desert is eighteen euros for lunch but it’s a bit more expensive for dinner. It happens to be a really popular place so it might be crowded.
The meals are particularly sophisticated and the restaurant is located next to the Sacré-Coeur. This is therefore a great address to remember while visiting the Montmartre area!
Enjoy a delicious meal at Krishna Bhavan
This top 5 Indian restaurants in Paris would not be complete without a vegetarian place. Fresh products and recipes you’ve never tried before, here is what to expect at the Krishna Bhavan. Located at 25 rue Galande, the price range is higher than the other two restaurants I’ve suggested before: about twenty to thirty euros for lunch.
This unique place happens to be located on a quiet street in the middle of the Latin Quarter. If you want to discover this area in depth, don’t hesitate to join the free Left Bank tour.
Have a romantic moment at Aarchna
The north of Paris is well represented in the top 5 Indian restaurants since my next suggestion is also located there. Located at 19 rue du Télégraphe, the place is called Aarchna. This place is simply charming and the candles lit on each table create an ideal atmosphere for a romantic lunch. The prices are okay, around twenty euros, and the food is really tasty! The waiters are all very witty and make you feel comfortable in this cosy restaurant.
Have the best at Buddha Restaurant
My last and favorite restaurant of this top 5 Indian restaurants in Paris actually serves dishes from Népal too! Authenticity defines this place, located in a modern area of Paris (not really known by tourists), at 13 rue Saint-Hippolyte. The owner of the restaurant warmly welcomes the customers and no one can resist the deserts, especially their “Kulfi Mango”.
The average price for a lunch is twenty euros and you might have to pay for extras. The warmth and the originality of the recipes are the main assets of the Buddha, considered by most as the best Indian restaurant in Paris.
You now know my top 5 Indian restaurants in Paris! I hope you’ve enjoyed the article. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need further information about anything! Also, let me know which one was your favorite and feel free to share your thoughts and experiences on the comments! See you soon in Paris!