An excellent Indian restaurant with favorable price. The quality of dishes is good and the amount of food is generous , so make sure that you are very hungry before going.
Only two minutes walking from Tramway line 1, stop Louis Blanc, while walking up the hill, you can discover different bars and exotic restaurants. It's also an area full of young people, including international students. The signboard of Naan House isn’t very big so it’s quite easy to miss. The best way to spot it is by the tree beside the front door of Naan House. The waiters and waitresses all speak good English and are very willing to explain to you if you have any questions about the menu. If you’re a big fan of spicy food, you can try their Madras dishes which are cooked with green chilli. Naan is a common accompaniment to spicy food, with its very nice and chewy texture: the crust outside but tender inside. In addition, if you like to have some drinks, don’t miss their homemade Lassi. It’s a yoghurt-based drink with different flavours, mango, sugar, banana…etc.,