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Arti Indisk Restaurant Review - Bergen Norway


Name : Arti Indisk Restaurant
Country : Norway
City : Bergen
Website : http://www.arti-indisk-restaurant.no/
Rating : 4 / 5

The Indian Restaurant in Bergen Norway. Indisk means Indian in Norwegien. We googled and found this place and looking at the website thought that it was a house where they might be having a restaurant. Reached there without much expectation. To our surprise the ambiance was pretty good. Its a restaurant run by an Indian who hails from Delhi is what we got to know.
We ordered for Fish Pakoda, King Prawn Curry and Spinach Lamb Curry. After the order we were served masala papad with mint chuttney and a green chilli chuttney. Thinking that it would be usual long wait we started having the papad.
The serving was fast and we got the Fish pakoda and it looked perfect and tasted great. I am not a great fan of fish though, I liked it a lot. Then came the other two dishes and just by look we could feel that it would taste good and we were right. The taste was good. A nice bend of curry with rice was worth the long travel we did to reach the place. Rice came as complimentary with the dish.
To end with we had Gulab jamoon with icecream and signed the check... Its not so heavy on the pocket for an occasional visit.

Oh ya here in Norway Still Water is not charged. I feel all hotels all through should be courtious to serve tap water.
We are here in Norway for one month and have visited the restaurant thrice in last 2 weeks.
The second and third time we tried Chicken Korma, Chicken Delicious and the taste was as expected.
I noticed that most of the Norwaygians and people from other countries enjoy the Indian food and quite a lot of foreign crowd could be seen in almost all the Indian Restaurants in Europe.

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10 comments:

Dibs said... January 16, 2009 at 6:25 PM  

Hello Roochi. Thanks for dropping by our blog. Good to see yours! I goofed up and rejected your comment instead of a spam comment that I got!!!

Good to see your have a decent 'Indisk' eatery at your place! I tried some places in Sydney and they were modified to global tastes so much, that they were no where close to anything Indian!!

vidhas said... January 17, 2009 at 5:41 AM  

Enjoyed Reading. By sitting in Madras I came to know about norway restaurant. Enjoy your stay in Norway, and write more about that.

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Usha said... January 25, 2009 at 2:13 PM  

Interesting read, good to know that if I ever happen to be in Norway there is an "Indisk" restaurant for me to try...

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