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Fiskeriet fish shop

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Fiskeriet fish shop Photo: Fiskeriet
Fiskeriet fish shop Photo: Fiskeriet
Fiskeriet fish shop Photo: Fiskeriet

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Fresh fish, a knowledgeable staff and a love for what they do are keywords at Fiskeriet fish shop. The best fresh Norwegian seafood is hand-picked at the market every morning in order to be in the store by opening time.

Fiskeriet also serves reasonably priced fish soup, fish & chips, mussels, sashimi, shrimp and more.

Shorter opening hours in July and August.

Fiskeriet also has a shop in Sandvika west of Oslo.

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Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Fiskeriet fish shop

Fresh fish, a knowledgeable staff and a love for what they do are keywords at Fiskeriet fish shop. The best fresh Norwegian seafood is hand-picked at t...

Fiskeriet fish shop

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