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The atmosphere at Maharajah brings to mind the magic of India and Pakistan: the sights, the smells, and the sounds are complemented by elegant, efficient service and wonderful dishes. Maharajah serves tasty Tandoori Chicken, a number of different curries. Highly recommended dishes are the Lamb Curry with eggplant, and the famous Cheese Naans (Indian breads). A meal at this restaurant is sure to be a royal one!
When its a French affair, even something like pizza becomes Boho chic. In Paris's Saint-Germain-Des-Prés neighborhood you will stumble across a black door on the corner of Rue de Mézières and Rue Cassette with a bold neon sign declaring 'Pizza Chic', although there's a good chance you've already heard about this place. Sharp and upscale, this pizza place is what one would describe as New York hipster meets Parisian haute-glam. Crisp white tablecloths, silver cutlery and elegant wine setups, that's how owner Julien Cohen imagined this pizzeria. The fine-dine setting with its open kitchen and wood oven is actually quite charming if not intimidating for first-time visitors. Once you're past admiring (or gawking at) the decor, you will notice the concise menu which is laid out with starters, mains and desserts. Go for the Carciofi, smattered with artichokes, arugula and shredded aged parmesan, this star stands out as a favorite among its thin-crust counterparts. Vegetarians must try the crudaiola, loaded with fresh from the garden tomatoes, arugula and fresh mozzarella. And the handpicked selection of wines goes perfectly with the pizzas.
Jaipur Café is a quiet traditional Indian-style restaurant that is tucked away in the 10th Arrondisement. It aims to satisfy all taste-buds with its set menu that is specially designed to include all age-groups including children. With a backdrop of soothing Indian music, one can choose from the various curries to fill up the stomach. There is Curry de Poulet or the classic chicken curry, Poisson Tikka cooked over a charcoal flame and flavorful Garlic Naan that will leave an indelible mark on the diner. The lavish spread is accompanied by a competent staff that works hard to please the diners.
Gandhi Ji's, named after the famous Indian statesman, located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, is a cozy Indian restaurant. Decorated simply with pretty artifacts from the Far East, it provides a comfortable atmosphere. It is founded by Mr. Ahir Arvind, who is usually there to guide you through your Indian gastronomic journey. Coming to the menu; it boasts of traditional Indian dishes prepared taking into consideration the Parisian taste buds. With quite a few vegetarian options, this joint is a haven to our vegan friends! Now we all know Gandhi shunned meat of any kind, yet, the restaurant that is his namesake, offers many meat and fish dishes, which (with all due respect to the Mahatma) are delectable! Moderately priced, a meal at Gandhi Ji's will leave you with a satisfied smile. A definite must try!
If you're tired of having the same curried chicken or tandoori items in the name of Indian food, don't hesitate to head straight to Saravana Bhavan. A part of a restaurant chain that serves 9 countries, this joint is located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. Simple and comfortable, the interiors consist only of chairs that surround big tables, so as to accommodate large groups. The menu boasts of only vegetarian, South Indian dishes, known for their simplistic brilliance, as well as the more popular, North Indian cuisine famous for its rich flavor. An alarming number of options are available at surprisingly low prices! Served in the authentic metal utensils, the food here is absolutely scrumptious, in every sense of the word. Nobody comes to Saravana Bhavan only once; most make a reservation even before they leave! Whether you're a vegetarian or a meat-lover, this one's a definite must try.
Located on rue Cail in the 10 arrondissement, Dishny is a popular Indian restaurant. Furnished with large, bright interiors, it has a cheery, comfortable ambiance. Having options of both, North Indian and South Indian dishes, there is quite a range of items to choose from. Apart from the excellent tastes of the dishes, what leaves you utterly satisfied is its price; needless to say it is frequented by locals as well as backpackers looking for a great grub without cutting into the budget. With quite a few vegetarian choices, there is something for everyone here!
A brainchild of popular restaurateur Kirane Grover Gupta, Nirvana restaurant is true delight for the Indian gourmet lover. Nestled in Paris' 8th Arrondissement, this place serves authentic North Indian cuisine, also known as mughlai food. Gorge on aromatic basmati rice accompanied with spice-filled curries. Choose from their extensive range of poultry and meat preparations. A must try at a mughlai place is definitely the tandoori dishes. A list of wines are available to complement your meal.
This restaurant epitomizes the colors and tastes of India. Restaurant Santoor is a gourmet Indian restaurant, which serves tandoori cuisine (Indian barbecue) and curries. a limited range of wines and champagnes are available to complement your food. The decor is made up of pretty silk paintings and antiques. Visit this place if you wish dine Maharaja-style. And no, you will not find snake-charmers and elephants to greet you at the door step , but delicious food is definitely guaranteed.
Restaurant Arti brings alive the tantalizing flavors of Indian cuisine in Paris. The menu features tandoori dishes prepared with chicken and meat. The aromatic flavors are best complemented with naan, roti or parathas (Indian breads). Wood paneled walls surround green wrought iron chairs set around contrasting light pink table tops. The space is embellished with Indian artifacts to create a regal atmosphere. This truly is an elegant restaurant to feast on rich cuisine. You can even have their delectable fares delivered to you at your doorstep!