Oslo Street Food is a large food hall in the city centre. Here, you can choose between 16 authentic food stalls, offering exciting flavours from all corners of the earth. Oslo Street Food is also a cultural hub with an exciting program in a creative environment that is constantly changing.
The food stalls have high quality street food on offer, including dishes from India and Greece, the Philippines and Peru. Gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian alternatives are also on most menus.
Oslo Street Food is a stirring meeting place, no matter if you want to meet friends, colleagues or want to get to know new people. There are also four bars that offer drinks and refreshments. Outdoor seating all year round.
Every weekend, Oslo Street Food turns into Klubb Torggata, one of Oslo’s best dance floors. Here, DJs serve hot beats on Fridays and Saturdays after 11pm. If you become hungry from all the dancing, some of the food stalls stay open until late at night.
Oslo Street Food hosts regular events such as Salsa evenings and bingo. You can check out the program on Oslo Street Food’s Facebook page.