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Bright, Indian-inspired interiors create a lively and relaxed ambiance to savor a delightful meal in Old Lyon. Raj Mahal is a popular Indian restaurant that serves a variety of Indian specialties from regional delicacies to ever popular North Indian dishes. Top choices include the pudina kebab, prawns tandoori, and fish tikka, saffron rice, and Madras beef. Explore a variety of aromas and spices of Indian cooking with the chef's Menu Degustation or the Menu Gourmand. A combination of excellent location, service, and reasonable prices make this a good place to dine at when you're craving some spice in your life.
Nestled amidst the winding streets of Lyon's Old Town, Lal Qila brings authentic Indian flavors to the heart of the city. This cozy restaurant is traditionally decorated with ornate furnishings and bright murals, ideal for both intimate dinners and family meals. Specialties include the signature Lal Qila Biryani - aromatic rice cooked with assorted lamb, chicken, beef, and vegetables; prawns masala - cubed fish in a spiced gravy with fresh coriander, lemon, and ginger; and lamb tikka masala. Prices are reasonable and you can savor a satisfying meal here with their friends and family.
Established in 1984, Le Penjab has earned a reputation for serving delicious and authentic Indian specialties. The prix-fixe menu is a steal and comes with starters like samosa, pakora, aloo Tikki, and Fakhri kebab, followed by entrees like kofta curry, dal channa, and palak paneer. You can also order a la carte. The traditional decor juxtaposed with warm reds and orange hues creates a welcoming and cozy ambiance to savor a delicious meal. A local favorite, Le Punjab is also popular with visitors looking for an alternative to French cuisine.
An Indian restaurant located on the very lively rue de Marseille, in the heart of the Guillotière neighborhood, Tandoor serves yummy dalls, samossas, pakoras, biriani rice and a selection of meats as well as the popular tandoori sandwich to take away. The cozy athmosphere, friendly waiters and general relaxed feel of the place make it a lunch time favorite for near-by Lyon 2 University students as well as a nice dinner out for couples. The menus and individual courses are rather cheap and include several vegetarian options. Tandoor also offers a small selection of wines and beers. If you are still hungry when comes dessert, the traditional indian lassi will finish your meal sweetly.
Indian and Pakistani specialties are combined here to satisfy the taste buds of all those who like spices and scented rice, and these rich delicacies are indeed what awaits the customer here. This establishment offers a warm welcome and customers are served by staff in traditional Indian costumes in a traditionally decorated dining area. The curries and tandoori dishes are as tasty as they are aromatic. The preparations are elaborate in presentation and can be a tad too spicy, so make sure you request the chef to go easy on the spices if you prefer slightly bland food. Combining recipes and flavors of two countries and cultures, guests will find nothing but an exotic treat from the East at this lovely restaurant.