Time Out says
A small Indian restaurant offering cheap, hearty, moreish vegetarian curries at good prices.
Specialising in vegetarian dishes from northern India and already something of a hit across Paris, this restaurant on the Rue de Cail is now one of four Krishna Bhavan addresses located around the capital. This particular outlet can be a tight squeeze, but it’s worth getting used to the cosiness for all the great, filling, cheap food on offer. For the ideal three-course Indian blowout, order some crispy ‘rolls’ (breaded sticks made from a mix of soya and veg, €3.50) to start, before a main of moreish cheese paratha bread, served with three vegetable curries (€8.50) and a sweet, cooling mango lassi to finish up. If you haven’t sourced a fantastic homey Indian in Paris yet, Krishan Bhavan will probably fill the gap.
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24 rue Cail
|Transport:||Metro: Magenta or Gare du Nord|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 9.30am-11pm|