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© 2007-2013
G@ttoGiallo
G@tto: Vente Paris-Oberkampf/Achat Marseille

1-Sardinia 2-Paris-Ober 3-Marseille-Vieux-Port

May 19, 2008

Little India in Passage Brady...

This post for indian cooking lovers

The Passage Brady cuts bld. de Strasbourg
from fbg St. Denis to fbg. St. Martin
This is the section going from fbg. St. Martin to bld. de Strasbourg At Velan shop for catering,
you can find indian items miscellanea, from food to saris
When you're finished with your shopping you just cross the way,
seat down at Passage de Pondichéry and look at the menu...
... a large choice of north and south indian dishes is
just waiting for you to taste... good appetite !
all the shop are closed now,
and Brady's ready to go to bed.
Next time (asap) I'd like to try some Kerala dishes,
which is possible if you ask one day ahead by phone.

(Passage Brady - M° Chateau-d'Eau)

Last year, on November 8th, around 3am, a major fire broke out in an apartment building
overlooking the alley's glass roof. 150 firemen had a hard work until 7 in the morning.



(by moaspress)

And now, (thanks to Victor), a bit of the daily atmosphere in Brady...



Un film d'étude réalisé par Victor Dixmier sur le passage Brady : un coin d'Inde et de Pakistan
au coeur de Paris, ses restos, son épicerie de Pondichéry, sa lumière et sa somptueuse
verrière...
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See also Paris' Ganesha fair.

5 comments:

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

I just can picture how marvellous were those perfums and colours.

G@ttoGiallo said...

Can you also imagine tastes ?
Are there good indian restaurants in Torino ?
In Paris, by the way, you can't find real hot dishes, which means you'd better take the shuttle to London.

Emila Yusof said...

Wow! great photos!

Dropped by from EC.

Kiran said...

Great site and a very nice lip smacking post!
You are my fretful and unmanageable friend ready to eat South Indian food in the wee hours with me! Thanks for your comments on my blog…I loved it.
Right now it’s 03.10 AM at Mumbai and I’m preparing South Indian spicy Upma, a type of salted fine rice for the breakfast but instead of plain water, I’m using roasted chilly water done with tamarind and black salt.
Sorry, I can’t wait for the sun rise. I’m going to hog it now! Want to join me?

G@ttoGiallo, the Instigator said...

Kiran, never heard about roasted chilly water, but your breakfast intrigued me, please write a detailed post (and rice brand name) and I'll go at Brady to buy the necessary items.
And don't dare jocking with me on good food I can't reach !

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