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71 boulevard Pasteur, 95210 Saint Gratien, France, Saint-Gratien
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Lundi 12:00 - 14:30

Mardi 12:00 - 14:30

Mercredi 12:00 - 14:30

Jeudi 12:00 - 14:30

Vendredi 12:00 - 14:30

Samedi 12:00 - 14:30

Dimanche 12:00 - 14:30




3 /5 Note moyenne

The service is good friendly staff but unfortunately The food was cold. And the taste is not that good.The mango lasi is recommendable!

2 /5 Note moyenne

This is a cute little Indian restaurant which is the furthest of all Saint-Gratien restaurants from either the Ibis Budget or the Ibis Hotels. I thought that the food was mediocre and not worth the very long walk.

4 /5 Note moyenne

We've been to this place a Saturday evening. Décor is fine, but a little bit too aggressive for me. Besides, it was not very clean : we were beside a radiator and we saw lots of rests of food on it. Service was rapid, efficient...More

3 /5 Note moyenne

the service is good friendly staff, but unfortunately eating was cold. and the taste is not so good. the mango lasi is recommended!

2 /5 Note moyenne

this is a sweet, small Indian restaurant, most far from all Saint-Gratien restaurants from the ibis budget or the ibis hotels. I thought that eating was mediocre and that very long walk was not worth it.

4 /5 Note moyenne

we were here on Saturday night. décor is good, but a bit too aggressive for me. Moreover, it was not very clean: we were next to a radiator and we saw many rest of food on it. service was fast, efficient and polite. Eating was just good, not exceptionally surprising thought. not very expensive for house wine and no desert), it seems a good option. the Chesenam is worth it. I'd make it right. it is not the best Indian in the city.