Top 3 Pakistani food in La Queue-en-Brie, France

May 12, 2021 Augustus Redeker

Best Pakistani restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pakistani food in La Queue-en-Brie. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pakistani restaurants near you. including Pavillon Prince, Gujral, Palais du Prince

1. Pavillon Prince

69 route de la Liberation, 94430 Chennevieres-sur-Marne France Indian, Pakistani, Asian, Middle Eastern Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Validated Parking +33 1 45 94 78 07 https://www.facebook.com/pavillonprince/
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4 based on 134 reviews

Pavillon Prince

Reviewed By Whitney D

Best Indian place around! The onion bhaja, dal, and butter chicken are especially good. The staff are warm and kind, and it’s spotlessly clean. Highly recommend!

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2. Gujral

32 avenue des Marguerites, 77340 Pontault Combault France Indian, Middle Eastern, Pakistani Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Outdoor Seating +33 1 64 43 95 55 http://www.gujral.fr
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4 based on 129 reviews

Gujral

Reviewed By Sam G

Lovely atmosphere sat outside on the quiet street that it's located. Staff very friendly and accommodating but the food isn't the best (it isn't bad, just very mediocre).

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3. Palais du Prince

64 rue Saint Hilaire, 94210 Saint-Maur-des-Fosses France Indian, Pakistani Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Table Service, Delivery, Parking Available, Highchairs Available +33 1 49 76 92 36 http://www.prince-stmaur.fr/menu
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4 based on 105 reviews

Palais du Prince

Reviewed By Diana C

Starting on a positive note, the service here is quite good, very friendly and welcoming, a little drink is offered on arrival ( nice but also common practice). The restaurant albeit small is well decorated and cosy in the winter time, a little away from the main centre of La Varenne, it's calm and easy to park. The food however, is disappointing, sometimes it's nice and fresh with great flavours and sometimes it's really not with cheap fatty cuts of meat and so so sauces. They really need to make their cooking more consistent if they want their clients to keep going back and back. Just to give a little example, my father ordered monkfish as a starter and instead came salmon with no "oh I'm sorry Sir" just a roll of the eyes and quite a cheeky attitude, something that I really cannot stand from waiters. Little things but when they mount up you realise that you really paid over the odds for a meal that you could frankly cook much better at home with a cookbook

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