Our a la carte menu includes dishes from the northern Indian cousin. If you would like to explore and spoil your taste buds, then we have a wide selection of dishes for those, who are not a fan of the spicy food, but also for those, who love the spicy Indian food. When you choose a dish from the menu, you always have the option to choose your food to be mild, medium or spicy. We make the food fresh and just after your taste.
Buffet er open hver weekend
THE BUFFET is open every weekend
Try our delicious authentic buffet. The buffet includes everything you need for your perfect Indian dinner. Is it the first time you are trying Indian food, then we can warmly recommend you our buffet, where you have the opportunity to taste a little of each test from the Indian kitchen.
The Buffet includes: 5 hot dishes, rice, nan, papadams, salad, chutneys, pickles and dessert.
Come and try our buffet for 150 kr. pr person every weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) from kl. 16:00 to 21:00
Our regular weekend buffet is: Rogan Josh (Lamb curry), Butter Chicken, Saabji Nau Rattan (mix veg), spinach and Dhal, and dessert.
Children below the age of 7 is half price.
På grund af de stadigt stigende energipriser er vi desværre nødsaget til at indføre en prisforhøjelse på 20 kr. per ret. Dette er blot en midlertidig løsning.Dette gælder alle retter mellem numrene 1 til 56
Priserne på vores hjemmeside er forhøjet med 20 kr.
Vi håber, at I har forståelse for vores situation- og fortsat vil støtte lokalt.
Dette gælder ikke buffet.
Due to rising energy prices, we are unfortunately forced to increase the price by DKK 20 per dish.
This is only a temporary solution.
The prices on our website have been increased by 20 kr.
This applies to all dishes from number 1 to 56
We hope you understand our situation and continue to support local businesses
This does not apply to the buffet..
Many ask us what the meaning of “DEEP” is. The meaning of deep goes back in the Indian traditions, where people made a small cup shaped oil lamps of baked clay, also called Diya. This lamp is most popular in the biggest festival in India known as Diwali festival. This festival is called the festival of lights, where Indians houses are lighten up by this lamp, which symbolize hope, bright future and happiness. We wanted to give our restaurant a meaningful name, which should symbolize the Indian traditions and culture. Therefore we choose to call the restaurant “DEEP”.
This one is run by a Sardar family and thus the food is authentic Indian or at least the closest you can get in Scandinavia.
The atmosphere is wonderful, and very pleasant. The Tandori Chicken is probably the tastiest and succulent I have tasted.
We gave Deep a chance to fill up our rumbling tummies and we are so happy with their good service and authentic food.
The prices are very reasonable and the food is amazing. Very authentic place too, and great service. I Will definitely recommend.
MANDAY TO THURSDAY
15:00 – 22:00
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
16:00 – 22:00