Aug 19, 2013 · One of the reasons is because it is one of the few restaurants that is opened during Christmas holiday in Oslo. However, the main reason we keep our new tradition going is because we are fond of the cuisine and the unique atmosphere at «Kloster».
Jul 15, 2011 · One of the most unique restaurant experiences in Oslo! There’s a set 11-course menu, basted on the best raw ingredients to be found on that particular day, and the chef’s whims. Every little course is a small sensation in itself, and if you let the waiter select the wine for you, you are guaranteed a great culinary experience!
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An upmarket and friendly restaurant located in one of the more chic parts of Oslo, it provides a seven-course taster menu in the evening. Earlier in the day, a Norwegian/French-influenced lunch menu is popular with patrons.
The centerpiece of the city’s emerging Vulkan neighborhood, Oslo’s very first food hall is a culinary utopia. Let your nose guide you to one (or five!) of 27 eateries peddling everything from cupcakes to tapas to bento boxes.
Behind a modest entrance is one of Oslo’s best Vietnamese restaurants. Little Saigon 1 has been serving good, authentic Vietnamese food for over 25 years at very decent prices. Because of this, it is often full at the restaurant, which is centrally located on Torggata.
With a long-standing reputation as one of the best restaurants in Oslo, this unique, unswervingly cool place close to the Royal Palace, seats only twenty-three for food, serves a set ten course menu which changes daily at a cost of 160
One branch of a well-loved local chain, the Kaffebrenneriet on Brynjulf Bulls Plass is in a good location close to both the Nobel Peace Center and the Aker Brygge area. A great choice for an inexpensive and tasty breakfast or lunch, Oslo’s answer to Starbucks offers a wide variety of coffees, pastries, juices, sandwiches and more at great prices.
Oslo’s most elegant restaurants offer world-class gourmet cuisine and first-rate service. 34th Restaurant & Bar 34th gets its name from its location 110 metres above the city at the top of the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, and with it comes a view that
The Vigeland Park is a sculpture park and one of the most popular attractions in Oslo. It also one of the most unique and unusual things to do in Oslo, in spite of its popularity. The collection of sculptures is actually the largest sculpture park in the world created by only one artist; Gustav Vigeland.