Good food, friendly service, friendly prices.
Une excellente à renouveler !
A good solid meal, with good service
Amazing authentic homemade Indian food. Love it. Definitely coming back!!
Even advertised as a good option for vegetarians, it is not. There are vegetarian plates but no menu option for vegetarian. Therefore if you are looking for a "vegetarian" place... look somewhere else. Service is poor.
Nothing special, just OK.
We would go back, for sure. As good as anywhere, and very fair price for this area of Paris. Good English spoken, which helps some of us know what to expect when the order arrives . D.G. , New Mexico, USA
this was a strange place to eat. when your server does not smile and has no intention to engage in a conversation, you know you are in the wrong place. we went there 2 weeks ago while in Paris and looking for some good Indian food. we were drawn by their Michelin reference. boy we were fooled. the food is half Indian at best. paneer dishes had mozerrela cheese in them. chicken was bland and looked like put in curry prepared much earlier. wondering why we went looking for Indian food in Paris in the first place and then how this place got a Michelin reference.
Very friendly and helpful service. Vindaloo could have been spicier, but I think it is tuned to French taste. We cleared our plates. Taste was very good and portion sizes just right. Would definitely visit again next time we're in Paris.
If you are in the mood for Indian food, this place is a definite must try!!! The food was delicious and not heavy. We really enjoyed our New Year's Eve dinner there.
Loved the food. It is difficult to find a good Indian restaurant in Paris. We ordered chicken tikka masala and butter chicken which we liked. We don't recommend the chicken biryani.
Food was ok but not great. Spice level was minimal. Vindaloo wasn't spicy at all. Portion size was somewhat small. Didn't have a/c on in the restarting on a humid evening.
Ambiance and service was very nice but found the food a little poor. Don't regret going there but won't be going again
Wonderful restaurant....probably the best Indian/Pakistani place in Paris
Nice attentive service, pleasant atmosphere, good standard indian cuisine lacking perhaps a bit of personality
Déjeuner : de 12h à 15h (sauf dimanche)
Dîner : de 18h30 à 23h30 (sauf dimanche)
39, rue Saint-Roch, 75001, Paris, France
Le restaurant Gwadar, situé dans le 1er arrondissement de Paris, vous invite à un repas où le dépaysement est garanti. L´ambiance feutrée du lieu, les lumières tamisées et une musique relaxante en fond créent une atmosphère propice à la détente et au bien-mangé.
Au menu, le Chef élabore une cuisine indo-pakistanaise qui ne laissera pas vos papilles de gourmet indifférentes. En entrée, laissez-vous tenter par le poulet tandoori, suivi du poisson Gwadar et, en dessert, terminez en beauté par le succulent gâteau de semoule, l'halwa.
L´établissement permet de privatiser le lieu ou les salons pour vos fêtes entre amis ou en famille. Une adresse à essayer de toute urgence !
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