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I got a lot of reinforcement before heading to this restaurant the other day. I wasnt for lunch. Met two lovely people next to me and made friends. It is clearly good enough that I saw a lot of Indian patrons. The quality was good....More
We ate there on 3 occasions, 6 different meals. We enjoyed every dish we ate - really tasty and well presented! Pricewise, good value for money . The service was good but I could not quite say excellent. Overall we were very happy with our...More
Situated in the Indian (Pakistani / Bangladeshi / Tamul) area of Paris next to Gare du Nord. One of the good Indian restaurants in this neighborhood. Always crowded, not fancy, but serving all the classic dishes at a reasonable price. Their set menus are especially...More
We were recommended this by an Indian friend in Paris and she was right. Paris is notable for bad Indian food with the La Chapelle area being the only district worth checking out, but the quality of the food was a real surprise. The vegetables...More
Very nice people, delicious food and not too expensive! If the restaurant is full they could be a little bit slow to bring your food. There isn't much space between the tables. All around, it's a wonderful place!!
After the excellent evaluation we tested the menu of the day Tikka Masala (10,80 EUR to pick up ourselves). Unfortunately the meat was very tasteless, with an impression of not properly roasted. The vegetables had no spices. Everything was only in the accompanying curry which...More
Like many Brits in Paris, I find tracking down a decent curry a challenge. Whether this is due to different traditions of migration, or perhaps the restaurants have accommodated the French palate too much. Dishny is about the best I've found so far in Paris....More
We were headed to the Krishna Bavan opposite, but found it was crowded, the tables were packed close to each other and it was vegetarian only. I had seen Dishny reveiwed on TripAdvisor, hence we thought it was a better option as the ambiance looked...More
Went there more than couple of times so far. The biryani is tasty and spicy. I wont suggest gravies if you are expecting anything south Indian, because its nowhere near it. Thalis are really good and the service is not bad either.
This is the only Indian restaurant in Paris in which I have ever succeeded in obtaining a hot vindaloo. For some reason curries are always very tame in France, even when you ask for a hot one. Dishny is brisk, same prices as surrounding reastaurants,...More