After many trips to India with her husband Arnaud, Stéphanie de Saint Simon wanted to revisit and break the codes of typical Indian cuisine to better reinvent it. In the same vein as her first restaurant, MG Road, which opened a year and a half before in the 3rd in Paris, Stephanie opened this new location to develop this new concept in Indian gastronomy created from the model of Irani cafes, legendary Bombay cafes, and Indian food street food such as subtiles “thalis.” The weekend lunch formula starts from 22 € and includes a small assortment of dishes, vegetarian or not, and served on a round metal tray with a dal, rice recipe, curries with chicken, lamb or prawns, a yoghurt dish, naan and dessert. A la carte, among the tasty and refined dishes to share are the Veg Pani Puri (small potato souffles crushed where in is a subtle and spicy tamarind sauce), the Veg Palak Chaat Patta (snacks with a base of spinach fritters with spicy potatoes, yogurt and pomegranates, and masala chaat) or even the Tandoori Salmon (Tandoori Salmon with dill). There is also basmati rice, soft naan cooked in the Tandoor, Parisian craft beers, all served with care in a quiet, ethnic and modern Indo-British colonial trend. Even beyond the renewal of the genre, it is certainly one of the best Indian restaurants in the capital!