Reviews from TripAdvisor, Yelp and Google Plus:
A nice small restaurant in Grønland that serves authentic and delicious Sri Lankan/ South Indian food. Good value for money.
Palmyra is an excellent option also for vegetarians and it beats Krishna's Cuisine hands down on price and quality of food. Also, when ordering the vegetarian main course (99,-), you get more food if you're still hungry. Highly recommended!
779X Oslo, Norway
A cosy cafe with beautiful pictures from Sri Lanka with Tamil food from the region. I ate Masala Dosa, vada and Idli. The food was tasty though different from the South Indian food I grew up with in India. It is also a little more spicier than the Indian version. A place I would go back to again.
Vaibhav B Kristiansand, Norway
Have lived in Oslo two years and this is probably the best food deal I've found. There's great food in Oslo if you're willing to pay for it - which realistically means for me about 3 special occasion meals out a year. There's also fresh, flavorful food from around the world - some of which is still at Norwegian prices (Hitchhiker, Taco Republica...) But, this place doesn't even feel like you're in Norway, it's such a great deal! Drinks, appetizers, entrees, and masala tea for 300 NOK for two. Really enjoyed the light, crispy dosai, and the string hopper with lamb was also very good. We like spicy food and this did not disappoint. Will definitely go back! We went on a date, but it's family-friendly too. Oh, and the service was friendly - of course this is not a fancy restaurant, but it delivers on the things that actually matter!!
mrscox Bangkok, Thailand
This is a really good place to have south Indian food. Very cheap compared to other and we get more food and taste for the money.
The ambiance is gòod, milk chaya and bru coffee available here. Have visited this place for past 2 years, monthly and will come again.
The taste and price is surely worth it, especially for people who know and crave for tamizh food.
Neethiya Pooven... K
Read more reviews from:
We have been successful in coming to the DN(D2) magazine on friday 14 march 2014!