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Bambus Sushi

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Description

Bambus is the only restaurant in Oslo that offers hot dishes from Thailand, China, Japan and Vietnam. All dishes are prepared the traditional way with fresh ingredients. The restaurant also has a sushi bar.

Happy hour every day 2 pm-6 pm with three-course menus at low prices.

Table booking by phone, fax and sms.

Take-away, company catering and parties.

Closed: 1 January, Easter weekend, 23-25 December.
Opening times vary in summer.

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  • Restaurants Restaurants

Hours

Mon and Sun
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tue and Wed
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Thu, Fri and Sat
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Facilities

  • Food and drinks

    • Thai/Vietnamese cuisine
    • catering
    • Japanese cuisine
    • Chinese cuisine
    • sushi
  • Price level

    • mid range

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Bambus is the only restaurant in Oslo that offers hot dishes from Thailand, China, Japan and Vietnam. All dishes are prepared the traditional way with...

Bambus Sushi

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