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From the outside, there’s nothing that sets Muniyandi Vilas apart from the scores of other Indian restaurants crowded around the Gare du Nord. It’s small, a bit tatty, and the aroma wafting in from the kitchen a tad overpowering. Yet once you’re sat at one of the cramped tables, the place begins to work its modest charm on you: smiling waiters, eccentric murals, cute metal cups. And by the time the dishes arrive, generous and succulent, you’ll be glad you chose this place over the others. For a fistful of euros, you can order yourself a veritable feast: an impeccable cheese parotta (a sort of rectangular naan) for €2.50, a vegetable biryani for €6, a kottu parotta (a Sri Lankan chicken dish made with egg and bread) for €6.50 – and if you’re overwhelmed by the choice, place your faith in one of the various set menus. The best way to travel to the subcontinent without breaking the bank.
207 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
|Transport:||Métro : La Chapelle|
|Opening hours:||Du lundi au dimanche de midi à 15h et de 18h à 22h30|