Indian street food packed full with great spice combinations and fresh local ingredients.
This pretty little Indian street food canteen specialises in home made naan breads to eat in situ or to go, freshly filled with organic and locally sourced ingredients. Set up by Mauritian brother and sister team Ajay and Nanda Narsimulu, the restaurant offers five different types of naan filling, like the Cocotte (marinated chicken, tikka spice, minty mayonnaise and raw beetroot), which is equal parts fresh, original and filling, and the very well done vegetarian Naàn-jardin (a patty of sweet potato, pea and carrot, with home made hummus and salad). For a larger meal, the €12 menu is also worth a look-in: as well as the naans, there are vegetable samosas with a moreish peppery sauce and a butternut squash and curcuma soup, while drinks range from a Mauritian Phoenix lager to a rose-flavoured lassi.
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59 rue des Petites Ecuries
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 12noon-3pm|