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Nam Fah Thai

Thai restaurant in one of Oslo's oldest buildings, with entrance from Kongens gate between Karl Johans gate and Akershus Fortress. Nam Fah serves bot...

Oslo

Curry & Ketchup Restaurant

Cheap and good Indian food on Oslo's west side. Credit/debit cards not accepted....

Oslo

Südøst Asian Crossover

In one of Oslo's most appealing restaurant spaces you find Südøst Asian Crossover, where Asian and European cuisines are fused to create exciting dishe...

Oslo

Lille Asia

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

Oslo

Kolonihagen Grünerløkka

Café and restaurant where everything is from scratch, without any kind of preservatives, and organic alternatives are always preferred. The produce at...

Oslo

Galway Bay

The Irish bar Galway Bay on the ground floor of the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel is a good pace for a drink or a quick bite to eat. Closed in July....

Oslo

Onda Sea

Norwegian seafood is a priority at Onda Sea, an elegant restaurant that specialises in some of the world’s best raw produce sourced from the sea and...

Oslo

Colletts kafé & bar

In a spacious room from 1858 you find Colletts, a homely neighborhood café at St. Hanshaugen. Colletts is divided into four zones: a section with shu...

Fornebu

Sjøflyhavna Kro

Maritime, informal and retrospective environment on the water's edge at Fornebu west of Oslo. The menu at Sjøflyhavna includes hamburgers, mussels,...

Oslo

Jacob Aall Aker Brygge

With its location in the business district of Oslo, Jacob Aall Bar & Brasserie at Aker Brygge is a popular lunch spot, but also a popular part of Oslo...
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