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Ål

Bergtatt Take-Away

News! Bergtatt Bistro has become so popular that Hallingdal Holiday Park has decided that you should be able to take chef John Erik's delicious dishes...
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Lonevåg

Mjøsvågen Cafe

Mjøsvågen café is located in the old "Maskinhus" and serves dinner, coffee, waffels and cakes. The food is homemade and mostly from local produce. The...
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Oslo

Starbucks Oslo City

The world's largest coffee house chain has four cafés in Oslo: Oslo City Shopping Oslo Central Station Bogstadveien 60, Majorstua Torggata...
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Oslo

Lille Asia

"Savoring the best of the East": Lille Asia offers first-class Thai and Japanese food in beautiful surroundings....

Rosendal

Martha Meidell Restaurant

Welcome to the historical Hotel Rosendal Turisthotell from 1887. This is perfectly situated in the main street in the heart of Rosendal. From the...
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Geilo

Brasserie

Geilo’s most exciting place to eat is to be found at Dr Holm’s Hotel. Our Brasserie is a French-style restaurant seating up to 85 guests. We offer...
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Oslo

Mat & Mer

Mat & Mer (Food & More) is a deli, vegetable shop, coffee shop and restaurant. Lunch, dinner, take-away, catering and food for meetings and parties....
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Sandefjord

Ivar Halvorsen Bakery

Bakery and conditory with traditions. Well known for its "Kosmoscake" - sponge-cake with filling and marzipan. Cosy place to have cup of coffee...
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