Rohini –Spisoh co-founder is an immigrant woman from India who has been living in Stavanger for many years and has been unemployed for a long time. A trip to India during the 2nd wave of COVID gave her an opportunity to observe and experience ghost kitchens which are prominent in Kerala and food delivery apps closely from a customer point of view. She knew Stavanger was missing South Indian cuisine and she wanted to bring it here in the form of a ghost kitchen.
Her supportive foodie friends – Raghu – an engineering specialist and Nitish – a strategist in an oil and gas company joined hands to make her vision a reality. Their IT understanding, solid network and operational expertise made her dream a reality in under 3 months’ time.
Authentic South Indian cuisine is characterized by curries of soup like consistency and ample use of coconut in curries. Porotta is special flaky bread introduced by Spisoh into Stavanger – which is the bread of choice for at least 120 million people in South India and Srilanka. Spisoh has designed its menu by giving the South Indian traditional cuisine a European twist. We have deliberately kept more vegetarian options in our menu not only to satisfy the growing vegetarian population but also as our commitment to the environment.
Our long-term vision is to train and employ differently abeld people into our operations. We want to make our workplace and inclusive arena where we will deliver an excellent food experience to our customers as a habitual action.
Welcome to our South Indian Restaurant! We invite you to indulge in the rich flavors and vibrant spices of South India. Our menu features a wide variety of authentic dishes, from crispy dosas to aromatic biryanis. Our chefs use only the freshest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques to create dishes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds. Whether you’re a long-time fan of South Indian cuisine or a first-time visitor, we guarantee that you’ll leave our restaurant feeling satisfied and happy.
We are passionate foodies, who have eaten a lot and have gone through a lot together. We know the value of real human connection when it comes to food.