Reviews on Thai food in Loire Valley, Centre-Val de Loire, France. Old world villages and storybook chateaux bedeck the Loire, once fought over by Gauls, Romans, Visigoths and even Attila the Hun. Rent bikes and roll through the lush valley, visiting fortresses in Amboise and Angers, UNESCO-designated Chartres Cathedral and the Gothic cathedral in Nantes. Musee Jules Vernes houses replicas of inventions designed by the futuristic author. Pay respects to other former residents: the Romans in Tours, the cave dwellers of Touraine, and the liberator of Orleans, Joan of Arc.
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5 based on 106 reviews
Colorful canteen offering authentic Thai street food cuisine. Takeaway available.
After reading about this restaurant, we went expecting a lot, we left very satisfied and with serious intentions to comeback... In terms of space, is a kind of small and the tables are shared with other costumers, but that adds a little charm and contributes to the friendly atmosphere...
4 based on 390 reviews
This place is a short jaunt over the bridge from Orleans. What a fabulous cosy and friendly little place! We just arrived in town and decided to check this place out based on its high TA rating. We were not disappointed. Since we didnât have a booking, we were seated at the bar where the lovely wait staff looked after us. The food is pan-Asian, and a nice break from the traditional French fare. Such lovely food, wine and people! What more could you ask do? We had the mei salad, pork spring rolls, fried chicken bai buns, and the pork Lo mein. All were delicious. Will definitely be back!! Oh! Thank you 1Foodie1!So happy that you "dare" crossing the bridge to come to our restaurant!It's always a pleasure to see new customers and share them our love of the asian cuisine!All the staff members are really happy to read this from you - they do the best to offer the best service that they can.We will be pleased to see you again!
4 based on 1114 reviews
Monday in French retail is a day of closure and this applies to restaurants too. Even those that do open generally do so from 7pm onwards in Angers. We found ourselves wandering around looking for somewhere out of the tourist square and without photos of the food on display (a little rule I dine by..). L'Inde has two parts, the bar and what appears to be a roofed courtyard next door. The latter is well heated so very comfortable to dine in. We were welcomed in at 7pm despite a look of concern that we hadn't got a reservation and I can understand that as the place rapidly filled up behind us. Our waiter easily identified that our French was rubbish and advised his English was to a similar standard, so asked us to wait for another waiter who overcame the language barrier. This transpired to be very wise, as although pointing to the item we wanted would have obtained a meal, the advice we were given proved invaluable.The menu is a fusion of Indian and Thai and it was explained that the dishes have been tailored over time to be quite mild as the French palette does not appreciate a curry that blows your head off. With our new waiters advice we could tailor our choices to be more in line with what we'd expect.Delivered rapidly, they all proved delicious. The portions are not massive (though not inadequate) so there is room for an entree or sweet. When popping a tip in the tray at the bar the maitre'd rang a bell and all the waiters stopped and thanked me, a nice touch and also a clever ruse to hint to other diners that a tip is appreciated.Tip: Waiter service but you pay at the bar.
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