This is not fine dining. It is a cheap, quick, and good meal in a part of the city where you might end up dead.
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I had skipped lunch and was ready for an early dinner when I passed by Punjab at 5 pm and it was packed! Different ages, different cultures, and very few seats to be found. I figured that I couldn't go wrong, and I was right....More
We had a very good dinner at this place...had garlic naan and chicken curry which were very nice. The kheer was just amazing ! Definitely recommended for any Indian food lover.
We stumbled upon this and so pleased we did. No frills but friendly helpful staff. Sort of a mini cafeteria. We enjoyed the lamb & spinach with crispy fresh salad on the side with a raita dressing, a spicy minced lamb dish and very good...More
Basic food. No 'ordering'. Nothing fancy. Its not in'plush' area. Its in gronland. Very busy place. Cheep beers U get whats on offer . No special requests. Under £10 u can get a mix of 2 'sabji' and a dal , 1 nan, a small...More
16 of us on vacation to Norway went to this restaurant for lunch. Restaurants in Oslo are very expensive and we were looking for good Indian food. This restaurant looked reasonably priced, around 80-120 NOK for a dish. We ordered 16 dishes, mix of veg...More
Never been here before and got a bit confused about what we were meant to do about ordering/paying for food. We ordered at the counter then sat down. Then we were called up to the counter to collect, and paid once eaten. We arrived at...More