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RATN

9, rue de la Trémoille Send to Phone
01 40 70 01 09
Métro: Alma - Marceau
Amid a sculpted wood décor, RATN serves the gamut of Mogul cuisine that originates in the Indus Valley of Pakistan.
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RATN Restaurant Review

: Amid a sculpted wood décor with statuettes and paintings, near the Champs-Élysées, RATN serves the gamut of Mogul cuisine that originates in the Indus Valley of Pakistan. It consists of tandoori meats, “murgh massalam” (chicken in a saffron sauce), “bhuna gosht” (roasted lamb leg) and "nargisi malai kofta" (minced lamb meatballs) as well as many curries where saffron, nutmeg and cardamom are heavily present. Service is courteous and prices are stiff. By the way, the name of the restaurant means “jewel” in the Hindi language.

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Average rating    3.75
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One of the BEST
by nicolai on Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:34 am
 
Bravo is the word... The place is just beautiful done impeccably with good taste mixing French aesthetics and rich Indian style of the golden era...The food is delicious, good choice and some unique dishes that i had never seen before in any other Indian restaurant worldwide. To add, the wine list is up to the highest mark with the top names from the French Wines.
 
Out standing
by andy on Tue Jul 24, 2012 7:59 am
 
Outstanding restaurant, delicious food and chic up scale interior. One of my best Indian dining adventures.Wine list just blows yu off.Only the Grands Crus. Amazing
 
GORGEOUS SETTING GREAT CUISINE
by raymond on Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:38 pm
 
The restaurant is awesome with a lavish setting in wooden and brass antique pieces.The food is awesome with surprisingly different carte.We were a party of 6 person,world travellers and i think that we all agreed that this was one of the most up scale Indian restaurant we've been to.... The only problem was that the place is quite expensive (worth the quality level though)may be due to the high end champs elysees area.But indeed a pleasant surprise to find a good Indian high level joint away from home.
 
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