|Season (17 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
|Monday - Thursday||14:00||- 22:00|
|Friday - Saturday||14:00||- 23:00|
* Lunch: Monday - Saturday at 14:00 - 16:30. Sunday at 13:00 - 16:30.
A visit to India gate Bergen is like a little trip in India. The restaurant present the finest and most exciting from Indian cuisine.
On the way from the Fish Market and towards Fløibanen funicular you walk along the street called Vetrlidsallmenningen. Here between the famous toy store Ruben's treasury and the Norwegian brand store you will find India gate Bergen restaurant.
Take a break from Bergen's vibrant city life and step into a calm Indian atmosphere. Here you will let all the senses take you on a journey. You get shown to your table and with an exciting menu you can choose many different famous dishes from Indian cuisine. India Gate Bergen have a storng passionate for good ingredients, exciting flavors, but also that the offer should suit everyone. Therefore, the menu is full of Indian dishes to suit all tastes, whether you like it really hot or mild. The restaurant has its our own wine menu and are happy to advise you on what suits the food you have chosen.
Finally you can enjoy a delicious Indian dessert or the famous Lassi Mango.
Everyone is welcome to Inda Gate Bergen, families, couples, friends and private parties. Contact the restaurant if you want to book a table for a private event.
Eat at the restaurant or order take away, either by picking up yourself or use Foodora.
Welcome to India Gate Bergen!
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