What’s on Oslo September issue

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For a longer list of restaurants, check out visitoslo.com. For information on places that are open during the holidays, please contact Oslo Tourist Information.

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no) is a relaxing corner café/restaurant at Alexander Kiellandsplass - a great place to hang out and enjoy delicious Mediterranean food and drinks. A larger place at Alexander Kiellands plass is the popular Colonel Mustard (Darres gate 2 / colonelmustard.no), where you can play an impressive number of board games while enjoying tasty European- and United States-inspired dishes and a great selection of beers. Sagene Lunsjbar (Maridalsveien 153 / sagenelunsjbar.no) is a cozy and well-known lunch bar with a good selection of sandwiches, salads, soups, burgers, dinners, deserts - and a fun children’s menu. Mat & Mer (Bergensgate 2 / matogmer.no) is a restaurant with tasty food at a easonable prices, and includes a delicatessen where you can buy things like bread, mustard and freshly ground coffee.

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Restaurant Schrøder (Waldemar Thranes gate 8 / restaurant-schroder.no) is a classic pub and restaurant with traditional Norwegian food on the menu. Albertine Indisk Tandoori (Hallings gate 3 / albertine-indisk.no) is a friendly restaurant with great Indian food at low prices. Arte Pazza Ristorante Pizzeria (Ullevålsveien 61 / artepazza.no) is an authentic pizzeria, gelateria, pasticcheria and bakery where the food is home-made with love. Smalhans (Waldemar Thranes gate 10 / http:// smalhans.no/) is a local eatery with tasty dishes and a focus on providing a social and cozy experience.


V Bar og Bistro (Maridalsveien 13 A / vbarogbistro.no) is situated on the ground floor of Scandic Vulkan hotel. Akersberget (Maridalsveien 22 / akersberget. no) is a charming restaurant located in a 250-year-old house in one of Oslo’s oldest neighbourhoods. Delicatessen (Søndre gate 8 / delicatessen.no) is a casual tapas bar which serves a great selection of tapas, sandwiches and salads. Villa Paradiso (Olaf Ryes plass 8, Grünerløkka / villaparadiso.no) is particularly well known for its authentic Italian pizza, made with imported Italian ingredients.

Grønland & Gamlebyen

Oslo Spiseforretning (Oslo gate 15 / oslo-spiseforretning.no) in the old town of Oslo serves gourmet food mainly based on Norwegian ingredients. Kampen Bistro (Bøgata 21 / kampenbistro.no) has high-quality, hearty food, and the chefs compose a completely new menu every day. Vognmand Nilsen Restaurant & Bar (Rubina Ranas Gate 3 / vognmandnilsen.no) is a restaurant and bar with a daily as well as a-la-carte menu, and has received largely good reviews since opening in 2006. And if you can afford one of Norway’s most expensive restaurants, then Maaemo (Schweigaards gate 15 B / maaemo.no) is the place to go for locally sourced, organic dishes prepared in truly unique and impressive ways - in 2012 this was the first Nordic restaurant ever to get two, instead of one, Michelin stars from the outset.

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