10 August, 2013

No hedges between Thaï L'Inde and the Angers gourmets

Credit picture : Thaï L'Inde
Is the success of Thaï L'Inde due to the wish of Angevins to know other cuisines? Maybe, but the fame of that restaurant, transferred a few weeks ago from Roë street to Deux-Haies street is surely due to the hard work of its two managers natives, one from India, the other from Thaïland, but now Angevins. They move their business in a former mansion located near Ralliement square. And, according to local medias, there is frequently no room to host people wishing to taste the fusion of the flavours of those two countries.

The chef is Paritosh Gupta. Born in India, he studied cuisine in Australia then came to Angers for a tourism cursus where he met his future partner, herself student at Angers for the same purpose. They decided to gather their knowledges and their know-how. Mr Gupta is sorry for not being able to welcome more "gourmets" but he wants to gather for them the best conditions as it is possible.

The success of that cuisine came from a country formerly under British sovereignty (India is independant since 1947) is not unique in Angers. Nor far from Deux-Haies street, there is also in L'Espine street an English tea room which has frequently to limit the entrance of customers warning on its frond window "sorry we are full".

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