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I have recently come to find this place in Oslo. After 15 years of eating in Oslo indian restaurants, where sauces are made for the week in advance, there is finally someone making fresh and delicious daily and delicious Indian food! It's just a matter...of time before this is the #1 place in Norway, if not Scandinavia. Mark my words. Thanks to the team for amazing food! Can't wait to be back!More
My friend and I were looking for dosas as we had a bit of a hankering for one, and a google search of dosas Oslo, brought us to Aahar.
Unless you know where to look you wouldn’t know it was there - although I’ve walked...past the centre it’s in a number of times I’ve never been in, heading straight to Mathallen instead. It’s not flashy, it’s simple, clean with super friendly staff.
As others have said the menu is super interesting and it was difficult to choose. We opted for a selection of smaller dishes: Gobi Manchurian, Tandoori Murg Malai Tikka, steamed Paneer Momos, Punjabi Chole Bhature, (this however was definitely not small) and the Masala Dosa Chicken. We also ordered a lassi each (one Mango, one Kesar). Portions were substantial in these small dishes and everything was cooked fresh. We did realise we’d ordered to much when the Chole came and asked to take the dosa home - a sensible decision!
The food was excellent, the best Indian food I’ve had in Oslo by far. The restaurant is small but it was busy and we’re glad we booked.
Would thoroughly recommend and can’t wait to go againMore
I'm absolutely in love with this restaurant.
It starts with the menu, which not only contains a variety of dishes from North, South, East and West India, but also has plenty of vegan/vegetarian options (and lots of meat ones for those who like it).
Then...comes the food. WOW. Mind-blowingly good. Rich flavours, beautiful and really worth the price. Oh, and they have dishes (and kesari lassi) which I hadn't seen anywhere else around here!
Finally, the service. The staff is possibly one of the nicest I have encountered in Oslo. They were extremely helpful and kind, to the point that we asked if they made a dish and, although it wasn't on the menu, they offered to make it for us.
Oh, and the cherry on top is the cosy atmosphere!More