Générique restaurant indien


Ready for a gourmet journey to discover a wide range of flavours? Escape to the 14th arrondissement of Paris to enjoy dishes straight from India.

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At Aasman, you’ll enjoy a taste of India!

The white tablecloths, the paintings on the walls, the emblematic velvet bench seats of Indian craftsmanship and the warm welcome will surely take you away from it all. Start your trip with a few little samosas to whet your appetite before diving into the tantalizing aromas of spices that the chef uses to cook his speciality: shahi korma lamb with almonds, cashew nuts, raisins and pistachios. And you’ll finish off with a sweet treat such as gulab jamun, a cake made with fresh cream, coconut and kewra water.

For over 20 years, Aasman has been following Parisian trends and also offers a set brunch menu! Discover authentic gourmet Indian dishes over a delicious brunch combining refinement and tradition. On the menu, you will find an assortment of fried appetizers, an exquisite main course, a sumptuous dessert, all served with a typical drink such as lassi, cardamom tea or fruit juice.

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Access and contact

94, rue Daguerre
75014 Paris 14ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, daily.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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