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Thai restaurant in one of Oslo's oldest buildings, with entrance from Kongens gate between Karl Johans gate and Akershus Fortress.
Nam Fah serves...
The first steakhouse in Oslo to specialise in Veal Unique - a top-quality limousin veal. From its location on the water's edge at Tjuvholmen, The Edge...
Friendly restaurant at St. Hanshaugen with great Indian food at low prices. The menu includes several tandoori and chicken/lamb curry dishes, as well...
Norway's largest public collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures are found in the National Gallery, established in 1837.
St. Hanshaugen Parkservering is an outdoor café in green surroundings in one of Oslo's biggest parks, St. Hanshaugen. If you want a bite to eat, you...
Restaurant on the island Hovedøya, 5 minutes by ferry from Vippetangen.
The restaurant is open for everyone who arrives with their own boat to the...
Charming neighbourhood café at Frogner that serves homemade American food, including salads, quiche, wraps, chili, mac & cheese and delicious pies,...
Tim Wendelboe is run by World Barista Champion and World Cup Tasters Champion Tim Wendelboe. It is a micro roastery, a coffee training centre and an...
Håndverkerstuene is centrally located across from Hotel Bristol in the city centre. The restaurant has traditions all the way back to 1885, and today...
The Norwegian Telecom Museum preserves items from, and imparts knowledge about, the history of telecommunications in Norway. The museum is located in...
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