Lanion. An Indian restaurant has just opened

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From the front door, there was a fragrant aroma. Various spices, paprika, Indian taste just opened rue Compagnie Roger Barbé in Lanion.

Cuisines from all over India

This new restaurant offers authentic cuisine with three different dishes every day.

“I prepare dishes from all regions of India”

Samuel Gunapandian

While the decor is still simple, the new restaurant offers mostly takeout. Several tables are set up for quick on-site service for those who desire it.

Former IT engineer

Butter Chicken, Malai Kofta is the chef’s specialty. It has been Samuel Gunapandian’s long-standing dream to open his own restaurant.

Former engineer for Alcatel in the United States, the Netherlands and other countries, this great traveler has never forgotten the South Indian cuisine of his native place.

Back to Brittany

The chef cooks everything homemade, including his own seasonings. ©Christophe GANNE

In 2006, it returned Brittany with his wife from Trégorroise, after setting up an IT consulting business, he chose to make a complete career change.

“I trained in cooking at Greta and then worked at a large gourmet restaurant to learn. »

Cauliflower shrimp

The new chef does everything himself, including the spice mixes. Just enough to give a special taste to your cooking.

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Dishes that he also mixes with Brittany because there is butter in there, but sometimes also shrimp and cauliflower!

Since Thursday 16 November at 12 rue Compagnie Roger Barbé in LanionSaveurs d’Inde restaurant is open for lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Saturday (12pm – 2pm and 7pm – 9pm).

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