The Ministry of Spice has become in just two years one of the most popular Indian gourmet restaurants in the capital. Day by day, more and more customers are making it their preferred address. We have discovered the reasons for this craze.
First of all, you will be won over by the room, an intimate space with navy and gold tones that transports you to a refined and contemporary elsewhere. The works of art welcome you like the majestic elephant painted directly on the wall. The plebiscite is also understood by the refined crockery which gives pride of place to the dishes; and by the caring service of the owners who do everything to ensure that you experience memorable moments. And beyond that, the enthusiasm is explained by the incredible flavors of the dishes.
The menu is short and changes regularly according to the seasons to take you on a trip. The owner and his wife produce avant-garde, market cuisine, one could describe it as a fusion cuisine inspired by Indian gastronomy and French gastronomy. We like the Avocado Tartare, the Prawns Malai Curry, we taste the Butter Chicken – boneless chicken cooked in the Indian oven – or even the Fish Patroni – and we enjoy the Nihari, a slow-cooked lamb shank with the famous spices Ministry of spice.
As an accompaniment, what will you choose between Raïta and Pulao?
To complete the adventure, accompany your dishes with Ministry of Spice craft beer, made in Ile de France or Indian wine, which does not have to be ashamed of our French wines!
How much is it: 70€
Where is it: 22 Avenue Duquesne, 75007 Paris
Refill: Belib’ station in front of the restaurant