For Diwali 2019, head to Jaipur Café in Paris! In addition to light up candles in the restaurant to celebrate Rama’s return, the restaurant also provides a cocktail (alcohol-free) and traditional desserts.
So, after the chef’s delicious dishes such as tandoori prawns and Kashmiri beef, we enjoy traditional sweet treats such as Jalabi (fritter based on flour, yogurt, sugar, cardamom and rose water), Barfi (rectangle based on milk and sugar filled with pistachios and cardamoms) and Ladoo (flour and dry fruit ball covered in sugar syrup).
A beautiful way to celebrate Diwali with your family or friends in Paris. For the record, Diwali commemorates (Mythical King) Rama’s return to the antique city of Ayodhya after 14 years of exile in the Dandaka forest.
On the occasion, the people of Ayodhya lit thousands of candles to welcome their prince who accomplished many heroic exploits such as the Light over the darkness.
Today, to commemorate Rama’s return again, one lights up candles and gives gifts and well as sweet treats.
From 21 October 2019 to 30 October 2019
15 Rue des Messageries
75010 Paris 10