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Villa Paradiso

Villa Paradiso

Perpetually busy, due to both its prominent location in the heart of Grünerløkka and the quality of its food, this large family friendly restaurant serves up authentic Italian fare, pizza, pasta and antipasti and now a continental... Read More

Tim Wendleboe

Tim Wendleboe

Along with newspapers, bread and skiing, coffee is definitely a Norwegian obsession and Oslo is home to a frankly ridiculous number of quality coffee shops, but one currently reigns supreme. Former World Barista champion Tim... Read More

Punjab Tandoori

Punjab Tandoori

A stalwart of Grønland’s busy restaurant scene and arguably the most recommended ‘budget’ place to eat by guidebooks and travel blogs, this hectic, no frills curry house’s enduring popularity is based on the unwavering quality... Read More

Palace Grill

Palace Grill

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... Read More

Onda

Onda

Sat at Aker Brygge, Onda is a large modernist restaurant complex offering three distinct dining options, Mezzanine, Asia and Sea, each with their own area, menu, styling and drinks list. Seating 400 inside, with room for another 400... Read More

Olympen

Olympen

A restaurant has been on this site since 1892 and while the latest incarnation of what the locals call ‘Lompa’ nods to the past serving up traditional Norwegian food in its grand, very imposing dining room, it’s done with a very... Read More

Nighthawk Diner

Nighthawk Diner

Very obviously a painstakingly researched, designed and executed homage to the humble America diner, from the level of detail and quality of the fixtures and fittings to the smart menu, from the moment this opened in Grünerløkka it... Read More

Mucho Mas

Mucho Mas

Mexican food, or a Norwegian derivative at least, is incredibly popular in Oslo and therefore a no-frills restaurant like Mucho Mas was always going to prove popular. Serving a hearty mix of meat, vegetable and seafood burritos,... Read More

Mathallen

Mathallen

Mathallen, or “the food hall” opened towards the end of 2012 and the sprawling structure at Vulkan, a short walk from Grünerløkka, houses numerous vendors, bars, cafes and restaurants representing the best of Nordic food culture... Read More

Maaemo

Maaemo

The current king of Norway’s burgeoning fine dining scene, this two Michelin-starred city centre restaurant, a short work from Oslo’s central station, prides itself of creating complex and beautiful Nordic dishes from local,... Read More

Lorry

Lorry

Want to sit back in a leather couch and be served supersized reindeer meatballs by immaculately tailored waiters while surrounded by a posse of stuffed animals? Yes? Well, then Lorry is for you. A short walk from the Royal Palace, Lorry... Read More

Lille Saigon 1

Lille Saigon 1

Sat just off Torgata, and in the perfect spot for hungry gig goers, as three of Oslo’s main venues are minutes away, this incredibly popular Vietnamese restaurant serves up delicious authentic soups, noodle and rice dishes and... Read More

Kaffistova

Kaffistova

This centrally located café has been here in various forms since 1901 and it’s a good place to sample a small selection of traditional Norwegian dishes, such as reindeer meat cakes, meatballs, peas and gravy and open sandwiches in a... Read More

Illegal Burger

Illegal Burger

A short walk from Youngstorget, this tiny burger bar, which feels a bit like a minimalist’s submarine when you’re sitting below the heavy-duty ducting pipes, serves up arguably the best burgers in town. Offering a variety of... Read More

Hotel Havana

Hotel Havana

Situated in the heart of Grünerløkka this elegantly fitted out delicatessen come tapas bar serves up luxuriant sandwiches, hams, cheeses, deserts and even fish and chips, fusing the best bits of French, Spanish and Cuban food culture... Read More

Grünerløkka Brygghus

Grünerløkka Brygghus

Essentially styled on a classic English pub, this incredibly popular, cozy Grünerløkka bar serves an impressive range of beers, ales and lagers sourced from all around the world and is a magnet for well-heeled young professionals on a... Read More

Fuglen

Fuglen

Meticulously styled with vintage Scandinavian design pieces this small café/bar/vintage furniture showroom is a good place to grab a freshly ground coffee, a complex and very expensive cocktail or even a ’60s table lamp. Looking like... Read More

Fiskeriet

Fiskeriet

Essentially a high-end fishmonger’s shop, with a small bar and seating area where you can eat oysters, classic fish and chips and the like while the incredibly knowledgeable staff go about their business, Fiskeriet is a great place to... Read More

Asylet

Asylet

Serving a minimal lunch and evening menu of traditional Norwegian food, we’re talking meat cake, mushy peas and gravy as a main here, alongside a well stocked bar, visiting Asylet is a little like travelling back in time. Housed in a... Read More

Alex Sushi

Alex Sushi

Located just off Solli Plass, Alex Sushi is considered to be the sushi restaurant in Oslo with the modest exterior giving no hint of the luxuriously minimal interior, nor the supreme skill of the chefs to be found within. Offering both... Read More


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