The capital city of Norway has a lot to offer, both in terms of history as well as tourist attractions and stunning scenery. Now while a lot of these things are important on holiday, so is good food! Visit one or check out all of the following restaurants during your trip, the choice is yours!
For Thai cuisine lovers the Restaurant Sawan in Oslo definitely has to be on the top of the list. With Scandinavian style interiors, the essence of the food captures the Asian flavours perfectly, with sashimi and sushi also added to the mix.
Maaemo isn’t just a restaurant but a complete dining experience for its customers. You can spend an entire evening where you will fully appreciate the food, their food plates, wine pairings and variety of raw food selections. The place has earned two Michelin stars as well!
Markveien Mat og Vinhus
For excellent Norwegian cuisine with a little bit of French-inspired flavour, the Markveien Mat og Vinhus is a must-visit place. Try crayfish, oxtail even a lamb with traditional ingredients to enhance your dining experience.
One of the oldest restaurants in Oslo, the Engebret Café was started in 1857. The menu of the restaurants offers a wide variety of dishes, with seafood being their speciality. Try out their meals with an excellent pairing of wine as well.
One of the finest Japanese fusion restaurants in Oslo, the Hanami stands out among the crowd. Aside from the intricate style of cooking where no flames are involved and only white oak is used, the sophisticated selection of raw fish makes it a popular go-to among the people.
Enjoy a day of exploring Oslo by booking one of the amazing tours and wind down your day at one of these fantastic food spots!