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Mathallen Food Hall

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Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo
Mathallen Food Hall Photo: Mathallen Oslo

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Indoor food market where you can purchase high-quality products from Norwegian small-scale producers as well as special foreign 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
Barramon - wine bar with pintxos and Spanish tapas
Bondens butikk - high-quality foods from small-scale producers in Norway
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
French Bakery - fresh pastries every day
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 - restaurant with street food and drinks from all over the world
Hopyard - bar with over 200 types of beer and food inspired by American sub rolls
Kulinarisk Akademi - three kitchens for food courses and training
Ma Poule - confit, foie gras, cheese, wine and cheese spreads
Mediterraneo - eatery with Greek and Italian food and herbs and spices to take home
Noodles - Asian fast food and take-away
Obento Box - Japanese food
SebastienBruno - chocolates, macaroons and other temptations
Smelteverket - 50x5-metre bar and restaurant in the basement
Solberg & Hansen - bar and shop with coffee and tea
Sous Vide Norway - kitchenware shop with Sous Vide-appliances
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

Note that several of the shops in Mathallen open earlier and close later than the core time. See mathallenoslo.no for individual opening hours.

Categories

  • Shops Shops
  • Grocery Grocery

Hours

Tue and Wed
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thu and Fri
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sat
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sun
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Transportation


Bus No.54/34 > Møllerveien

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Mathallen Food Hall

Indoor food market where you can purchase high-quality products from Norwegian small-scale producers as well as special foreign imports. Stores and re...

Mathallen Food Hall

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