The Chettinad

Trondheimsveien 139A, 0570 Oslo



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South Indian food is rich in nutrients and never compromises on taste as well. While the world is busy gobbling junk food which causes serious health issues over time, South Indian food culture makes them say, ‘Unave Marundhu’ meaning ‘Food is the Medicine’, true as it sounds. At The Chettinad – The Great Indian Restaurant Oslo, We have spectacular curries and irresistibly tasty appetizers and different flavors across different regions.

Chettinad is no exception in this and the very region is about 50 km west of the Bay of Bengal, so there’s a fusion of dishes, including seafood besides vegetarian and non-vegetarian accompaniments. 

South Indian vegetarian dishes are ninety percent vegan as South-Indians do not use much of dairy products in their curries compared to North Indians. Talking of the curries, one best example for the luscious curries is the  Chettinad Vegetable Kuruma, also known as, Chettinad Vellai kuruma or Navaratna Kuruma. The reason why the Vegetable kuruma is also known as Vellai Kuruma is because of the colour. The grounded coconut makes the curry white and it looks pale yellow if turmeric is added. 

Chettinad Vegetable Kuruma is made with freshly ground coconut, Chettinad spices, vegetables like potato, carrots, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, peas, and so on. Our aromatic curry at The Chettinad – Indian Restaurant Oslo takes you on a virtual tour to the land of Chettinad.

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