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BAR Tjuvholmen is a bar and restaurant on the waterfront in Oslo's newest neighbourhood. Delicious food and wines, exciting cocktails and music throug...
Restaurant and two-story pub in a building from the 1820s.
The building is preserved by the Cultural Heritage Management Office, and the age of the bu...
Tekehtopa Café serves snacks, lunch and dinner, and in the evening it turns into a crowded bar. The kitchen is open until 11 pm, and the courtyard clo...
Café in the daytime and bar at nighttime, but always with room for everyone.
Tea Lounge's large assortment of teas and coffees can be enjoyed in fro...
Restaurant with one of the best locations in the city centre and a varied menu. The price level is among the lowest for restaurants in the area.
Lorry Restaurant has been serving artists, writers, culture personalities and ordinary people since 1887. The atmosphere is unique and welcoming, and t...
Colourful bar and café at Grønland on Oslo's east side. The place has two floors and a charming backyard which is open in summer.
During the day and e...
London Pub has been Oslo's most famous gay bar since the '70s.
London Pub (ground floor): 3 pm-3.30 am
Quiz on Mondays from 8 pm.
Karaoke on Tuesday...
Bar and brasserie at Briskeby with an international, relaxed atmosphere. The building was originally an eletrical transformer station, and the 12-metre...
A visit to Gandhi Restaurant is like a little trip to India.
Gandhi presents the best and most exctiting of Indian cuisine, and the restaurant is dec...