Lille Asia / Oslo

Hegdehaugsveien 31 Oslo 0352
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 14:00 - 00:00
Sat 12:00 - 03:00
# 105 of 600 Restaurants in Oslo
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Tips from the Net @ Lille Asia
Miriam Sachs en
Don't eat here! This place is dirty, and the waiters are unfriendly. Not what you expect from an overprices sushi restaurant. The food looks OK, but is rather tastless. GooglePlace - January 2018
Ingemar Josefsson en
Food was great and service was absolutely awful, food wins though GooglePlace - December 2017
Olga Divakova en
They have an all-you-can-eat buffet for lunch, which is a rare occurance in Oslo, so that's fun. The à la carte menu dishes are better in quality then the buffet but the food is nice either way. I often get the chicken pad Thai (# 18) for take-away, and it's pretty good (although a little dry & over fried chicken sometimes). 145 kroners. Prices are honestly pretty good here, despite being in an expensive part of town. #15 Kang Pad Yang (duck) is lovely, with lots of fruits in the sauce. #13 (lamb in pepper sauce) might be the tastiest dish and #10 Panang Kai (chicken in red curry) is also delicious. Service is good and the seating arrangement can be a little tight in the main room if it's busy, although nice interior. They have a cute party table in the corner; be sure to ask for that if you're celebrating with a group. Lots of outdoor seating (closed for winter). They turn it into a club/bar on the weekends. Seems to be a popular place to go out, although I've only been to the restaurant itself. GooglePlace - December 2017
Alexandra Zaputlyaeva en
Lovely place with good food choices at atmosphere. We tried sushi, maki and chicken with rice, liked everything. The serving is very nice. The price is quiet descent! The dessert was truly amazing! Coconut Panacota with passion fruits, chocolate syrup! Wanna be back. GooglePlace - December 2017
fije limi en
Very yummy sushi (all you can eat)! The lunch-buffet was very reasonably priced with 200nok p.p. if I remember correctly GooglePlace - November 2017