Passage Brady, Paris Xè

Passage Brady

A change of scenery is guaranteed in this covered passage, one of the most unusual in Paris. Indulge in the scents, tastes and colours of India and Pakistan.

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The Brady Passage is an invitation to travel and discover other cultures. Renowned for its Indian, Pakistani and Reunionese restaurants, it attracts food lovers from all over the world. Cheese naan and curry enthusiasts are in for a treat!

1 passage divided into 2 parts

This is the first unique feature of the Brady Passage. Built in one piece in 1828 by Monsieur Brady, it was cut off by the construction of the Boulevard de Strasbourg a few years later. It now consists of two distinct sections, one covered by a glass roof running from the rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis to the boulevard de Strasbourg, and the other in the open air running from the boulevard to the rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin.

Because of this separation, several entrances are on offer at 22 and 33 boulevard de Strasbourg, 46 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis and 43 rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin.

Exoticism in the heart of the 10th arrondissement

At Passage Brady, your "gourmet break" will be spicy, colourful and exotic. In the 1980s, Indian restaurateurs set up shop in the gallery, later attracting other cuisines from around the world. In just a few metres, you can enjoy Indian, Pakistani, Mauritian and even Reunionese specialities.

In this Little India, as the passage is nicknamed, everything invites you on a unprecedented sensory journey: the colourful shop fronts dominated by pink, red and yellow; the unusual scents in Paris, full of spices; the dishes with oriental aromas, whose names evoke faraway horizons. At very reasonable prices, treat yourself to lentil dhal, chicken Biryani and cheese naan. The fish rougail from Mauritius and the samoussas from Reunion Island will also delight your taste buds.

To complete this culinary journey, you can also buy exotic foods and even have your hair done.

Crossing the boulevard de Strasbourg, Parisians come looking for another change of scenery, as the second part of the Passage Brady specialises in festive items and fancy dress. Planning a Bollywood party? You've come to the right place!

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Access and contact

46 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
75010 Paris 10ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round Opening hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 9.30 am and 11.30 pm. On Sunday between 6 pm and 11.30 pm.


    • Free


    Spoken languages

    • French
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    46 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
    75010 Paris 10ème

    • Copyright image:
    • Jean-Baptiste Gurliat / Ville de Paris