Kirane India

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Paris, France
Indian restaurant· Restaurant

Kirane India Reviews | Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars (8 reviews)

Kirane India is located in Paris, France on 20 Rue du Débarcadère. Kirane India is rated 4.4 out of 5 in the category indian restaurant in France.


20 Rue du Débarcadère

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+33 145742288

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Bar on siteGood for kidsToilets


Wheelchair-accessible entranceWheelchair-accessible seating


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Luke Baldacchino

Amazing authentic Indian food in the heart of Paris. The service was beyond excellent here and the whole staff made our experience amazing. The food was excellent and the atmosphere was cosy and warm. Highly recommended.


Sowjanya D

Super... i love this restaurant.... Great ambience


Jeff Kwong

A wonderful romantic dining experience. It’s a few metro stops from the Arc De Triomphe, worth the attention it receives. We stick with what we know with some variations: Fish Tikka Masala, Chicken Biryani, and regular naan. We had a half bottle of the Bordeaux you see in the pictures and it was very nice and drinkable. Overall, it was some of the most flavorful Indian food I’ve ever had. The fish Tikka Masala tasted very fresh with a hint of citrus. We finished with sorbet: lychee and ginger.



Phenomenal meal experience. My whole family enjoyed the meal. The portions we're perfectly seemed, and they gave us a choice of spice levels. Their mild was genuinely not spicy, for those who don't like spice, but all those delicious flavors we're still present. Definitely a must for those looking for some nice Indian food in Paris!


rahul solanki

The place is good for Indian food, mind it's it's on arc de Triumph , so price goes unsayin. Thanks rahul


Herosouly SUN

Perfect service and perfect food!Love the wide variety of \side sauces\ (don't know how to call them). Price is a little bit high but deserves the environment and service. Lunch menu would be an economical choice - will come again to try it.


Manasa Sadananda

One of my favorite Indian restaurants in Paris. I love the variety of chutneys and pickles they serve. I really like the samosas here. Mutter paneer and garlic naan feels like home. Its a treat for people who love spicy food. Sometimes they customize your riz also (In case you do not want cashews or dried grapes in Jeera rice). The ambiance is great and the staff and the service is also on point. Value for money. A goto place near Port Mailot.


Shan Padarath

Was pleasantly surprised that there was an Indian restaurant near the Palais de Congres. The ambience is out this world with a nostalgic Indian deco that is just a tad too much but much needed to complement the food. The servings weren't very filling but was delicious nonetheless. They do not have thalis so was a bit disappointed by that but was later told that they aren't popular in Paris. The meals are accompanied with chatnis and achars that are a great accompaniment but don't taste very fresh.