Near authentic Indian food in Perpignan.

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Near authentic Indian food in Perpignan.

Post by pbb » Wed 29 Aug 2012 17:28

We can highly recommend this little Indian 'Fast Food' Restaurant in Perpignan.

We have now been there twice and have been delighted with our meals. I chose Chicken Korma and Patrick had Chicken Dall (Dansak). The home- made Garlic Nan is delicious.

The service is friendly. The owners are Franco/Indian. Take away or eat in the restaurant. There are a few tables on the pavement as well.

Main dishes average are about 12 euros including rice.

Avenue de la gare (18 avenue du general DE GAULLE)
Tel: 0468348938

The restaurant is at the Station end of the avenue which starts opposite the FNAC. We parked down a side street.

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Post by Sue » Sun 02 Sep 2012 15:48

Do you remember the name of the restaurant?
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Post by Daphne » Sun 02 Sep 2012 16:03

I think it's ' Indian Fast Food'. 18 Ave du Général de Gaulle. 04 68 34 89 38 or 06 49 62 62 63. Closed Sunday. It's very good indeed and you can tell them how hot or mild you like your curry. They did say that their English clients do like their curries hot!

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Post by Sue » Sun 02 Sep 2012 16:17

Thanks for that. Love a good Indian meal and had given up on finding anywhere over here that would produce a pathea (sp) madras or vindaloo to my hot taste!!
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Post by jeannot » Tue 19 Mar 2013 22:03

Le New Delhi. Rue de la Gare, on the left going towards the railway station.

Near authentic Indian food ? Despite all the kebab\fastfood outlets in the neighbourhood, in front of the restaraunt one senses a déjà vu experience,the odours of an Indian restaurant (in Britain), bliss.

Ate there this weekend for the first time, a 7 bowl thali(authentic) with naan bread and drinks for €16, good value.Despite those first odours definetly a little bland compared with in Britain.Spoke to the waitress (the boss) and she said you only have to ask, to spice it up. l will go again and try something else,everybody else in my party enjoyed the meal. Good service, TV in the restaurant annoying, good value for money, better than other French/Indian i have tried. Not easy to park close. Restaurant(small) full the night we went.

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Post by Santiago » Wed 20 Mar 2013 07:12

What's the ambiance like? Is it stylish, fast-food like or a classic shabby curry house from the 1980s?
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Post by Owens88 » Wed 20 Mar 2013 12:45

Santiago - where would they get the flock wallpaper from?
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Post by PatrickF » Wed 20 Mar 2013 13:01

Would have to be from Flock House http://www.historic.org.nz/TheRegister/ ... x?RID=7576
Santiago may even have been there!

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Post by CarolineN » Wed 20 Mar 2013 15:45

We eat here - in fact been there today - ask for it to be hot, and they oblige. Excellent value and always good food and good service. The green chilli paste which comes with the pickle selection is particularly punchy !!
Recommend it !

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Post by jeannot » Wed 20 Mar 2013 20:54

What's the ambiance like? Is it stylish, fast-food like or a classic shabby curry house from the 1980s?

Probably a mix of the 3. Not stylish but comfortable. Not fast food,however a few people popped in for take aways. Not shabby either,but i didn't appreciate the 140cm flat screen TV hung on the wall even if the volume was to a minimum, i much prefer "authentic" Indian music in the background.

I will give it another bash because the food was good and try other dishes à la carte.

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