The Champs Elysée, the most famous avenue in all France, attracts tourists from all over the world, thus, it epitomizes the perfect blending of races, cultures and nationalities... Restaurants are one of the prominent embodiments of this diversity. Walking down the avenue des Champs Elysées you have a wide variety of choices between the French cuisine, the Italian, the Chinese... But if you want a break from Mediterranean cuisine and you are craving for new flavours and spices you couldn't miss Annapurna restaurant.
Annapurna, which means "Goddess of food", opened in 1967 in Paris to be the first restaurant to reveal authentic Indian cuisine in the capital.
Traditional dishes of essential Indian food: lamb curry, chicken tikka,biryani and onion bhajis prepared with the utmost care are served in a luxurious and refined decor like a true maharajah’s palace, with vibrant sub-continental colours and gorgeous tapestries.
In the tiny Indian salon you dine at low tables enjoying the sitar player who is there every evening to transport you to the Tej Mahal country.
Guests staying at one of the Sister Hotels Champs-Elysées will find that Annapurna is conveniently located just a few moments away from the avenue des Champs Elysées where they can just take the side road near "Zara" showroom.
For so long, Annapurna restaurant has provided French food lovers and visitors to Paris including some celebrities with the most delicious and authentic indian cuisine that is hard to find outside India.