Sangeetha Vegetarian Restau...

Overall rating: 4.0 stars 3 Reviews
A vegetarian Indian restaurant in the Indian area of Paris (Gare du Nord). Has plenty of vegan options. Try the two thalis, traditional style with a big banana leaf directly on the table and you eat it with your hands. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Indian
178 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis (Gare du Nord)
Paris, France 75010

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  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Accepts credit cards


First Review by Ellay
  • vegan

Authentic Indian food!

Posted on 06 / 23 / 2014

I totally agree with Ellay concerning this restaurant. The food is an Indian authentic one even though less spicy, really inexpensive, generous portions and tasty. Staff is friendly but you have to ask carefully for dishes with no milk products (don't use the word "dairy" but "milk") if you are vegan and avoid dishes with the following words:

Curd/Dahi (yoghourt)
Doodh (milk)
Makkan (butter)
Ghee (clarified butter)
Paneer (cheese)
Malai (cream)
Raita (yoghourt)
Lassi (drink with yoghourt).

The place is well located near Gare du Nord and you can take away, which is convenient if you take the train.

Pros: authentic Indian food, vegetarian, with vegan dishes, friendly staff, convenient
Cons: beware of dairy if you are vegan
  • vegetarian

tasty dosa

Posted on 12 / 24 / 2013

Being a few doors down from Saravana Bhavan and near Gare du Nord, I had to try this place! I just tried dosa and samosa. They were tasty and like the usual South Indian good you can get in India. The pastry on the samosa was different but they were still tasty and full of flavour.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday December 24, 2013

  • vegan

Great authentic Indian food but not for vegan

Posted on 10 / 11 / 2013

Conveniently located near Gare du Nord, cared by welcoming friendly staff, full of Indian customers, you're sure to find authentic traditional Indian food.
100% vegetarian, lots of choice, not expensive, they care for all your needs. It is less spicy than what you would find in India.
However the choice for vegan is hard. Most of the food is made with ghee (clarified butter) or butter (even plain naan bread). They don't understand what it is to be vegan and came back to me with a list of meals without onions. I was lucky to have with me an Indian friend who could explain them what it was to be vegan. We could finally find a few vegan choices. And I really enjoyed it.

I think it is the best Indian food in the area and vegetarian people can really enjoy it, but be extra careful if you're vegan.
Updated from previous review on Friday October 11, 2013

Pros: Authentic good food, Helpful staff, Fair price and discount
Cons: Hard to spot vegan food, Popular: full and noisy


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Last updated: 2013/09/28


Added: 2013/09/28


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