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Visited as a couple on a Friday evening. Were sat down straight away by friendly waiter. Served popadoms and chutneys as we decided what to order, which you could tell were all homemade and nice. I had the prawns with 5 spices and tomatoes with...a garlic naan bread and partner ordered the gourmande thali (chicken tikka/lamb/saag paneer and rice. All came in good timing and was very tasty. The naan bread especially was fantastic. Generous portions of food. House white wine very nice. Toilets downstairs were ok. Would definitely recommend this restaurant, felt authentic.More
Me and my friends went for a quite Tuesday night curry at this remarkable restaurant. Good vibes lovely beer and an lovely Hyderabadi chicken curry. Service was good (shame about the prawn starter and the takar daal)
Would recommend, pleasant evening with freindly faces. PS...Orange slices at the end where a lovely freebee!
Wow, what a Great Indian restaurant! The people were really friendly and very ambitious in communicating English after learning that our french is not the best ;)
The food was extra delicious. We had the seekh kebab, lamb korma and a mixed food tablet. Everything...tasted so extra delicious good, we were blown away :)
I can absolutely recommend this restaurant with its friendly staff and great food. It is great for everyone who loves Indian food and who wants to try.
I can recommend the lamb, it tasted absolutely delightful. Although the chicken was also super good.
Must eat in place in Paris :)
The restaurant has a beautiful terrace outside. I couldn’t see much from the inside but outside is so beautiful that it would be a shame sitting inside.
Hope everyone enjoys their food there as much as we did :)More
After a long time again in their restaurant. Ambient ok, staff friendly, the quality of the dishes was bad, the rolls were not fresh either; the other dishes were just microwave . Not cheap for such quality of food
Three friends traveling together- one of us had the lamb and it was tasty; the lentil soup was spicy and delicious; the vegetarian among us thought the pakora and Chana masala was great. We would come here again!
We were walking and searching for a place to eat on our last night in Paris, we are so fortunate to have found this amazing restaurant! I had the Chicken Madras masala, tender and flavorful not too spicy. My wife had the Chicken Korma, delicate...& sweet! The naan came out perfect; hot, crispy, tender in the middle. Make sure you try the Chef specialty, Indian tiramisu for dessert!
Wonderful and prompt service from the cousin waiters.More
Visited Akash, tucked away on Rue Nicolas Flamel, and had their Chana Masala. Found it very tasty, with just the right spice. It better than the same dish I have eaten at other Indian restaurants. Several selections for vegetarians.
I would definitely return.