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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.