First Authentic Indian Food in OSTRAVA

  • Čeština (CZ)
  • English (UK)
Samosa.jpg Chicken Tikka Masala.jpg Madras Shorba.jpg Chicken Tandoori.jpg Rasgulla.jpg Chicken Vindaloo.jpg Mulligatawney Soup.jpg Carrot Soup.jpg Chicken biriyani.jpg Cizrna.jpg Aloo Tikki.jpg Chicken Butter Masala.jpg Chicken Reshmi.jpg Dum Aloo.jpg Chicken Malabar.jpg Chicken Achhari.jpg Gulab Jamun.jpg Chicken jalfreizi.jpg Aloo Palak.jpg Aloo Gobi Mutter.jpg Veg Korma.jpg Aloo Parantha.jpg


First generation entrepreneurs with a burning passion for cooking.

Traditionally Indian women are known to excel in the art of culinary.

You shift them to a foreign land and the need to stay connected with the homeland through the food intensifies many folds.

Both started with a simple concept of spreading their knowledge. Started to teach their friends in Czech and the friends of their friends. Soon they had about 20 Czech nationals learning the art of Indian cooking as well as enjoying the Indian cuisine.

This experiment had a cult following. The students kindled the fire to convert their homebound skill into a business venture. And the lack of Authentic Indian Food in Ostrava was something that needed to be addressed. Immediately.

You do not throw an idea and a challenge to two of the most enterprising women from India and wait for long……………

This food joint is the culmination of their desires, their efforts and most of all, as Joe Cocker sang


“With A Little Help From My Friends”