Oslo's largest shopping centre, with more than 130 shops, cafés, restaurants and services. Storo is a major metro, bus and tram hub just 15 minutes from the city centre, and there is a city bike station by the entrance.
Storo Storsenter has a number of good places to eat, including Bamboo Sushi, Baker Hansen, Egon and Mamma Pizza.
Many of the cafés and restaurants are open on Sundays.
The shopping centre opened in 1984 in an old iron foundry from 1880, and has grown considerably since then. Storo Storsenter as it appears today opened in 2010, and was named Shopping Centre of the Year in 2012 and The City's Best Shopping Centre in 2012 and 2013.