10 Reviews

First Review by HenrikExo

closed - Edit

We tried two times to get there, but it was "today closed". According to the website and FB, it was open... ☹

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Fully vegan Indian restaurant - Edit

As far as I know, this is the only fully vegan Indian restaurant in Oslo. The food is very good, the staff friendly, and the space is cosy and laid back. I've been here three times and it's always been good. If you're not big on Indian food, they also serve a delicious pizza. It's not too pricey either. The only drawback I can think of is that it is slightly below ground floor, so you don't get any large windows to look out through.

Pros: Fully vegan, Affordable , Good, fresh ingredients

Cons: Below ground floor

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Good Place - Edit

We were pleasantly surprised by how spacious and clean this restaurant is. There are tables in several rooms, and cushions for the bench seats. The owner was happy to discuss the food and Indian culture, and this made the experience even better. We had their chick pea pizzas -- they were novel and very good, as were the mango lassis. There were some spices we hadn't expected though, and that made us uncomfortable for a few hours after. They were also more expensive than most, but we'd happily go again.

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Yummy yummy yummy ! - Edit

We had an excellent time in this beautiful restaurant in Oslo! The decoration is adorable, the lighting perfect and the service very nice. We were welcomed by a smiling and pleasant waiter. And for the kitchen... A real delight !
I've never eaten such a surprising pizza (in the best sense of the word ^^) nor tasted lassis so delicious.
Dishes are well presented and very copious.

The only little negative point I can find is the tramway which passes nearby and is a bit noisy.

Pros: Excellent food !, Friendly waiter, Big portions

Cons: A little bit noisy (tramway)

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Friendly service and good food - Edit

Friendly service and good food. Wooden seats.

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great vegan gluten free food - Edit

Well worth the long walk from our accommodation . I suspect this will be our best meal whilst away from home 2 months. Heaps of gluten free options including delicious flat bread, and all vegan. Not your normal Indian fare with heaps of great choices on a creative menu. Not to be missed!

Pros: great choices

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Thoroughly enjoyed my meal - Edit

Friendly staff and the room is cute and comfortable. The food tasted good and was nutritious and wholesome. It wasn't particularly Indian but good all the same. As an entirely vegan restaurant, they are definitely worth checking out!

Pros: Good service, Filling and nutritious food

Cons: Not exclusively indian

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Good food, no intl cards - Edit

I visited the restaurant twice, first had a thali and then a pesto pizza. The thali was nice, but not in any way outstanding. The pizza made with a cauliflower and chickpea crust, on the other hand, was delicious. The prices are high by normal standards, but quite OK in Norway. The biggest minus is that they don't take international cards. Luckily they accepted euros.

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Nice place but the mango lassi ... - Edit

I love the place, it has a good atmosphere, and after three visits I will definitely go there again. But. The mango lassi really disappointed me ... I'm not an expert on mango lassi, I admit that, but I remember the non-vegan version as thick, creamy, sweet and yoghurty, you almost need to eat it with a spoon (?). And I've had vegan mango-lassi a couple of times before on other restaurants, and it's just like that; thick and creamy. But on Git Bit, the mango lassi is so thin and runny. It was more like soy milk with mango flavour. Maybe others like it, but I was really disappointed. So I really hope they change the recipe some day :)

And my boyfriend, he had a salty lassi, - it was undrinkable! It was salter than seawater (!). So if you want to order any of the lassis, you should ask for a tasting first. I

And about the food - I love the pizzas!! Especially the green one, that was delicious.

Pros: pizza

Cons: mango lassi, salt lassi

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Nice food, reasonable price - Edit

Had the Daly thali plate. Nice food and good portion. Friend says IT remainds him of India.
Real Nice mango lassi allso.
Pineapple coconut "sorbet" was a bit of disapointment(expecting sorbet), but also good

Pros: price, serving size

Cons: seating, resturant feels a bit empty.

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