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Mathallen Food Hall

Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo/Finn Ståle Felberg Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo/Finn Ståle Felberg
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo/Finn Ståle Felberg
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo/Finn Ståle Felberg

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Mathallen is a centre for food culture in Oslo where you can purchase high-quality products from Norwegian small-scale producers and foreign special imports.

Stores and restaurants in Mathallen:

Annis Pølsemakeri - specialised butcher's shop
Atelier Asian Tapas - serving the best from Asia, and a shop with special items
Baker Nikolaisen - fresh bread, cakes and other pastries
Barramon - wine bar with pinxhos and Spanish tapas
Bondens butikk - high-quality foods from Norwegian small-scale producers
Champagneria Bodega - hams and cheeses, a wine bar with tapas, and an outdoor serving area
Comer Con Arte - the best of Spanish arts, food and drink
Den blinde ku - over 25 different cheese varieties
Friends Fair Trade - big selection of Fair Trade products, many of them organic or recycled
Frøya sjømat - seafood shop specialising in shellfish
Gutta på Haugen - delicacies including cheese and cured meats, as well as fruits, vegetables, chocolate and flowers
Hello Good Pie - pies of all kinds: meat, vegetarian and dessert
Helt rå - Raw food dishes in combination with exciting vegan Thai Food.
Hitchhiker (2nd floor) - street food ment to share, bar with drinks from all over the world
Hotel Havana - delicacies and imported goodies, as well as hot paella and bocadillos
Istid - Local ice cream and sorbet from Kulinaris (Kolbotn).
Kulinarisk Akademi - three kitchens for food courses and training
Ma Poule - French shop with confit, foie gras, cheese, wine and cheese spreads
Melkerampa - Tine Dairy's brand store
SebastienBruno - chocolates, macaroons and other temptations
Smak av Valdres - food and drink produced in the Valdres region
Smelteverket - 50x5-metre bar and restaurant in the basement
Solberg & Hansen - bar and shop with coffee and tea
Sous Vide Norway - event kitchen and kitchenware shop
Stangeriet - high-quality poultry and related farm products
Torget - open space in the middle of the building that can be used for lectures, cooking classes and market stalls
Via Italia - Italian products, many of them organic
Vulkan Frukt og Grønt - fruit, vegetables, spices, sauces and oils
Vulkanfisk - fresh fish, shellfish, smoked and dried fish, sushi and oysters
Øltorget - snacks and over 300 types of beer

Categories

  • Grocery Grocery

Hours

Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sat - Sun
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Transportation


Bus No.54/34 > Møllerveien

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Mathallen Food Hall - Photo: Mathallen Oslo/Finn Ståle Felberg

Mathallen Food Hall

Mathallen is a centre for food culture in Oslo where you can purchase high-quality products from Norwegian small-scale producers and foreign special...

Mathallen Food Hall

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