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Brasserie France

Brasserie France Photo: Brasserie France/Lasse Ingeberg Brasserie France Photo: Brasserie France/Lasse Ingeberg Brasserie France Photo: Brasserie France/Lasse Ingeberg
Brasserie France Photo: Brasserie France/Lasse Ingeberg
Brasserie France Photo: Brasserie France/Lasse Ingeberg
Brasserie France Photo: Brasserie France/Lasse Ingeberg

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  • Bar

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Description

Lively restaurant in the heart of Oslo inspired by French culture and cuisine.

Even if Karl Johan is not Champs-Élysées, and Egertorget is not Place de l'Étoile, Brasserie France aspires to provide its guests with a truly French brasserie atmosphere. And maybe you can relive some great memories of Paris over a glass of pastis?

The kitchen stays open longer than most others, making Brasserie France a natural spot to meet after a movie or theatre visit. On weekdays, the full menu is offered until 10.30 pm.

Sidewalk restaurant open for light meals in summer.
Chambres séparées available for groups up to 50 persons.

Closed for summer holidays in July.

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  • Restaurants Restaurants

Hours

Mon - Fri
4:00 PM
Sat
12:00 PM

Transportation


Transport > Stortinget

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Capacity

    • number of persons (100)
  • Credit cards

    • American Express
    • Eurocard
    • Diners Club
    • Visa
  • General facilities

    • bar
    • chambre separée (2)
    • restaurant
  • Licensed premises

    • restaurant - fully licensed
  • Food and drinks

    • outside dining area
    • French cuisine
  • Price level

    • mid range

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Brasserie France

Lively restaurant in the heart of Oslo inspired by French culture and cuisine. Even if Karl Johan is not Champs-Élysées, and Egertorget is not Place...

Brasserie France

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