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Café and an antiques shop in the old post office on the Bygdøy peninsula. The tables, chairs and plates used in the café are all for sale.
Authentic Irish pub in central Oslo with a large selection of beers and authentic pub fare such as fish & chips.
The kitchen is open 2 pm-10 pm on we...
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....
Farm in the heart of the forest located on the dirt road between Maridalen/Sognsvann and Kikut/Stryken.
The café is open year-round.
The international team at 34 Restaurant offers a selection of delicate dishes made from the best organic and local ingredients available.
The bar at the top of the Radisson Plaza Blu Hotel has large windows, giving you a unique bird's-eye view of the city and the Oslo Fjord.
Soup bistro in the heart of Oslo. On the menu you find soups, casseroles and three-course dinners made from seasonal ingredients.
The bar at Lokk...
In Mathallen Food Hall's unique basement you find Smelteverket, with Scandinavia's longest bar and 20 large windows facing the Akerselva river.
At the Center for Promotion of African Culture (CAK) you find Café Afrikaden, which serves African and Caribbean/Creole dishes.
The African continent...
Old wooden manor with buildings and interior from the 18th and 19th centuries, situated in idyllic surroundings at Sagene near the Akerselva river....