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Indiana Café Wi-Fi Hotspots in Paris

Restaurant Overview

Indiana Cafe logo.

Originally conceived by Jean-Claude Asse and Richard Alexandre, the first Indiana Café restaurant-bar opened on Rue Quentin Bauchart in the 8th arrondissement of Paris – an innovative concept in the Tex-Mex tradition, with a varied menu featuring cheeseburgers and tacos, frozen drinks, cocktails made with tequila or vodka...

Located in the main areas of Paris, today's 14 Indiana Cafés have emerged as a favorite hangout among young people with a simple recipe for success: a subdued atmosphere, lively without being too noisy, offering fajitas, burgers and salads in copious quantities. The menu offers something for a meal on the run or an impromptu gathering with friends. Add to that an excellent selection of cocktails to be enjoyed indoors or on the terrace (which is enclosed and heated in winter).

Exterior view of the Indiana Cafe at Rue Berger (Les Halles), Paris.
Indiana Café at Rue Berger (Les Halles), Paris.
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The Indiana Café restaurant-bars in Paris offer a young and convivial ambiance, combined with a warm and ethnic décor. Ocher hues, shimmering raw materials, and old photographs on the walls plunge us into the heart of a particularly exotic universe. Come experience our international service and a menu with Latin-American influences.

Indiana Café does't stop there: it also offers musical entertainment with a varied background – eclectic mixes, groovy rhythms, electro-chic or caribbean vibes and soul! In all the Indiana establishments, the legends of rock, pop and soul can be found on the big screen every night, and the atmosphere is always warm and friendly! Pool tables are also available for your enjoyment. (See videos.)

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Customer Comments

Tomasz Cedro reviewed 4 months ago, on Google+
Atmosphere: Very good; Decor: Very good; Service: Very good
Very nice place, after 20 minutes inside you need to order a dish but it's not very expensive and quite good with a wide range of choices, average bill ~€60, a good place to meet with large group of friends. :-)

A Zagat User reviewed 5 years ago, on Google+
Decor: Good; Food: Good; Service: Good
This is a reliable French chain that serves up Tex-Mex cuisine throughout Paris. Steer clear if you're after that perfect French meal, but those homesick tourists desperately in need of some comfort food might want to give it a try. In reality, the quality of the food is actually fairly good. The service is friendly, and the decor interesting if tacky.

Hamilton50, Plano, TX reviewed 7 May 2012, on TripAdvisor
Value: 5/5; Atmosphere: 4/5; Service: 4/5; Food: 5/5
"Just like Texas!"
If you find yourself in Paris longing for a Tex-Mex type meal, then the Indiana Cafés are your place! There are several locations throughout the city and all of them have great food at very reasonable prices. We love the appetizers and the lunch/dinner portions are quite large. Tacos, nachos, quesadillas, enchilladas – it's all here. And the cold beer selections are pretty good, too... (Visited April 2012)

Company information

Indiana S.A.
Headquarters: 42 bis, boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle, 75010 Paris.
Phone: 01 45 23 01 77 (or) 01 45 23 03 52
President: Richard Alexandre (Alexandre Holding)  
General Director: Jean-Claude Asse (Asse Holding)
E-mail: contact@restaurant-indiana.com
Founded: 3 February 1987
Formation: SAS (Société par actions simplifiée)
Capitalization: € 152,400.00
Business registration: RCS Paris B 339 968 372
SIRET: 33996837200013
Revenues: € 3,161,100 (2010)
Web: http://www.restaurants-indiana.com

Wi-Fi Provider

Wi-Fi icon.

The free Wi-Fi Hotspots at Indiana Cafés are supplied by a local company, Wistro Network, a division of SOFT4MOBILE (soft4mobile.com), managed by Ludovic Cornut, located at:
Address #1: 208, rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris.
Phone: 01 42 47 19 83 (or) 01 40 29 96 45.
Address #2: 43, rue Charles de Gaulle, 77190 Dammarie Les Lys.
Phone: 01 64 87 13 84 (or) 09 52 76 13 84.
E-mail: ludovic.cornut@soft4mobile.com
Web: http://www.wistro.fr

List of Locations in Paris
(in order by arrondissement)

If you find an error in our listings, or a location which is no longer in operation, we would greatly appreciate if you could report it here. Suggestions for new listings are also welcome. Thank you!

Indiana Café – Les Halles (formerly Chez Clovis bistro/restaurant)
Address: 33, rue Berger, 75001 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 42 33 97 07
Métro: Les Halles (line 4); Châtelet Les Halles (lines 1, 4, 7, 11, 14; RER lines A, B, D)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/les-halles.html
Hours: 7 days/wk., 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Hamburger, fries, and nachos at the Indiana Cafe, Paris.
Hamburger, fries, and nachos at the Indiana Café.
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Indiana Café – République
Address: 1, place de la République, 75003 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 48 87 82 35
Métro: République (lines 3, 5, 8, 9, 11)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/republique.html
Hours: 7 days/wk., 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Ternes
Address: 237, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 44 09 80 00
Métro: Ternes (line 2)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/ternes.html
Hours: 7 days/wk., 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Richelieu Drouot
Address: 18, boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 47 70 08 05
Métro: Richelieu - Drouot (lines 8, 9)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/richelieu-drouot.html
Hours: 7 days/wk., 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Clichy
Address: 79, boulevard de Clichy, 75009 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 48 74 42 61
Métro: Place de Clichy (lines 2, 13)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/clichy.html
Hours: 7 days/wk., 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

The bar at Indiana Cafe, Denfert-Rochereau, Paris.
The bar at Indiana Café, Denfert-Rochereau, Paris.
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Indiana Café – Bonne Nouvelle
Address: 42 bis, boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle, 75010 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 45 23 01 77
Métro: Bonne Nouvelle (lines 8, 9)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/bonne-nouvelle.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Gare de l'Est
Address: 129, rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 40 05 55 65
Métro: Gare de l'Est (lines 4, 5, 7)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/gare-de-l-est.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Bastille
Address: 14, place de La Bastille, 75011 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 44 75 79 80
Métro: Bastille (lines 1, 5, 8)
E-mail: contact@restaurant-indiana.com
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/bastille.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Club – Tolbiac
Address: 74, avenue de France, 75013 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 44 97 94 17
Métro: Bibliothèque François Mitterrand (line 14; RER-C)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/tolbiac.html
Hours: 7 days/wk., 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Exterior view of the Indiana Cafe at Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, Paris.
Indiana Café at Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris.
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Indiana Café – Club Maine
Address: 77, avenue du Maine, 75014 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 43 22 50 46
Métro: Gaîté (line 13)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/club-maine.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Denfert-Rochereau
Address: 1, avenue du Général Leclerc, 75014 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 40 47 60 41
Métro: Denfert-Rochereau (lines 4, 6; RER-B)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/denfert-rochereau.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Montparnasse
Address: 72, boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 43 35 36 28
Métro: Montparnasse - Bienvenüe (lines 4, 6, 12, 13)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/montparnasse.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Pigalle
Address: 22, boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 46 06 72 90
Métro: Pigalle (lines 2, 12)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/pigalle.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)

Indiana Café – Gambetta
Address: 2, place Gambetta, 75020 Paris (map)
Phone: 01 47 97 90 01
Métro: Gambetta (lines 3, 3bis)
Web: http://www.indianacafe.fr/restaurants-clubs/46/gambetta.html
Wi-Fi access: free, registration (network: Wistro)


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