We ate here on Monday night May 13, 2013. On Mondays. In this part of France, not much is open. Three of us ate here. I had chicken Masala, friend had beef Masala and daughter had a vegetarian dish. All was good. A bit small compared to Indian in an American restaurant, but perfectly acceptable. If you like your Indian food a bit of curry punch, you will have to ask them to make it spicy. On the scale of low, medium and spicy, by default it comes pretty lame ( but still very good). We also had nan. The Indian staff didn't seems to speak much English, which seemed odd since typically Indians do. We wanted to share one order of nan at (2.5 Euros) but they brought 3 orders. Clarify clearly what you want before waiter leaves the table. They have a decent menu. The fixed price meal for 2 courses stared at 15.5 euros. An entire alone started at around 9.00. Had a Demi bottle of Cote de Rhone at 9.00 euros. It wasn't too bad.
It's one of the only restaurants open on a Monday, but there wasn't much of a crowd at 8:00 pm. Don't let that stop you. I'd go back again.
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