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Review of Le Petit Rajasthan - CLOSED

Le Petit Rajasthan
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Indian
Dining options: Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Reviewed December 28, 2013 via mobile

Picture the scene...four Englishmen (well, one's a Scot but let's not quibble) looking for a tasty, authentic curry in France. What are the chances....Happily, we were recommended to try the Petit Rajasthan and I could not agree more with the reviews on here. Having not realised its #1 status on TA, we hadn't thought to book a table; luckily for us they squeezed us in, brought popadoms and offered an aperitif, on the house. Happy days! We ordered a mixture of main courses plus naan, rice, sag aloo & tarka dhal. All the food was very tasty, with fresh & vibrant spice rather than cloying, heavy grease as can sometimes be the case with a curry. Not being a pudding person, I tried just a spoonful of the kulfi - pistachio & coconut? - and then a couple more just to be sure. Refreshing yet not too sweet. A 'pink' digestif rounded off the meal nicely. €25 a head (inc a decent tip) for great food, a Kingfisher and, above all, really lovely service. Don't be put off by its looks...seek this place out!

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Reviewed December 18, 2013

Honest Indian food. We had the 50 euro menu for two. Plenty of tasty choices. Service was good and we felt very welcome from the moment we walked in the door. Keep up the great job. A tasty change from the food we have been experiencing on our travels.

Thank ElizabethPerth
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Reviewed December 15, 2013 via mobile

Today we visited Le petit Rajasthan for lunch and had to wait for half an hour to get seat. The restaurant is small. We got a round table for two. The hotel guys are nice.. they speak very little English. Guys are from Bangladesh and couldn't speak Hindi too. They offered FREE welcome drink (tasted like tropicana) which is OK. Then we ordered vegetarian dishes - singara (VEG samosa), Naan peshawari with almonds and Naan vegetables, veg curry (little spicy), basmati rice with vegetables and Kulfi for deserts. Since we were pure vegetarians so we ordered all veg stuffs which we could get from the menu. The dishes were nice and served well also. It took almost an hour to finish our lunch and we were the last to leave the restaurant. The price for two turned out to be 30 bucks. We felt instead of taking Thali we went for al-carte which was a good choice n cost effective. Always Share food so that u can taste different dishes. we found this restaurant is far better than other indian restaurants in toulouse. We suggest you all to try once.

Thank chimputls
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Reviewed November 21, 2013

Being from San Francisco, I have pretty high standards for Indian food. So when I was in Toulouse and saw that the #1 rated restaurant was an Indian restaurant, I knew I had to try it. I was not disappointed! That was probably one of the best Indian meals I've had (and I know many Indian mothers who cook amazing food). We started off with a complimentary cocktail, and had the chicken tandori and Nepalese lamb. The Nepalese dish was amazing! Nothing that I've ever tasted before, both sweet and savory, but different from traditional Indian dishes I've had. We also had two desserts, citron sorbet with vodka and Kulfi, an Indian ice cream. Both desserts were also fantastic.

The staff at Le Petite Rajasthan was very attentive and welcoming. They spoke English very well and tolerated my limited French. My partner has Celiac and was concerned about any dishes that could be made with gluten. They were great to point out which dishes were wheat and flour free. If I am visiting Toulouse again, I would definitely come back here for another meal!

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Thank Jolene W
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Reviewed November 17, 2013

After reading the comments on this restaurant, knew had to visit this place. I´ve tried Indian food before (been to India), and this was a delicious surprise!
The personnel is very friendly. We arrived at 9:00pm and there were no tables except a tiny one near the entrance. The owner asked us if we didn´t mind it was the only one left, we took it without hessitate. The waiter brought us a courtesy drink, which was nice as well.
We had the Rajasthan entree and the chicken tandoori kebap. Since the restaurant is Le Petit Rajasthan, we had to try it, and seriously, it is a must! The nan was very good, the most authentic I´ve tried in some time now. Rice was aromatic and well-cooked.
The service however was a bit slow, but remained friendly and polite.
Great quality for value: two beers, 1 entree and 1 main meal and rice, 2 nan breads for 31 euros!! (remember sharing dishes)
NOTE: clothes will absorb the aroma of the restaurant, be prepared!

Thank pilixxx
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