The service needs to improve. Not welcoming at all. The food was good and the prices fare. Everything we tried tasted delicious.
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Thank you and all your staff for making the 60th birthday party for my wife a truly enjoyable evening. The waiter that was assigned to our room was superb and, despite being on his own, looked after all our needs as if we were guests at his home not customers in a restaurant. The service of the food was fast... More
We were very disappointed with both the service and the food here. The Korma and Butter Chicken tasted identical, and that wasn't too great. I ended up cutting my chicken pieces because the insides of some looked tired, or even a little under-cooked. We sat near the bar, where the serving staff were - and the place was nearly empty... More
A decent restaurent near train station in paris, serving authentic indian and rajasthani food. Taste is awesome and service good
We visited end of October 2015. It seems in spite of the owner himself being an Indian, Indians are not welcome. The attitude shown to us was totally unwarranted. Letting guests know if something is unacceptable is one thing, showing them down just because they are from a particular country is another. Being in Paris for long, the owner at... More
This is a stand-out Indian restaurant in Paris. Care is put into the food, the service, and the recently refurbished dining room. It's easy to get shoddy Indian food in this city, and really rather tricky to find it done well. Here it's done well and without pretense.
This is one of the best place to experience Indian food in Paris. The ambiance it truly Indian. It gives a very authentic feeling of Indian cuisine and environment.
I visited here in last week of September and it was my first payed meal in france after the arrival to the country as a tourist. the staff is Indian origin and meals were not bad. Jodhpur catered large group of 100 heads included me. the meals are average.
My wife and I popped in here for a quick lunch while walking along the Promenade Plantee. They did a set lunch, which was pleasant at a reasonable price.
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