Bonita Blomster Oslo

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Enjoy delicious coffee and beautiful roses from Colombia at Bonita Blomster in Oslo, a unique spot in the heart of Frogner. The company has two locations, one in Briskebyveien and the other in Odins Gate. Run by a Colombian family, Bonita Blomster is not just a café but also a flower shop, adding a burst of color and floral scent to your experience.

For over a decade, this Colombian family has been importing long-stemmed roses and coffee beans from Bogotá to Oslo, ensuring optimal quality and freshness.

At Bonita in Briskebyveien, you can indulge in a delightful fusion of coffee expertise and delicious foods. Specializing in Colombian coffee, their menu also consists of sandwiches and smoothies inspired by the flavors of South America. The Bonita Passion and High & Magic smoothies are particularly recommended, offering a refreshing treat on warm days. Although the cafe is quite small, it has a cozy ambiance, complemented by a view of Briskeby’s beautiful streets, where you can enjoy your food indoors or as takeaway.

In addition to their enchanting roses, Bonita also sells coffee beans and creates beautiful bouquets suitable for special occasions like weddings and other romantic events. The shop also offers flowers in boxes and hampers, as well as goodie boxes featuring fruits, cheese, and coffee.

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Synne Kristine from Oslo

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Address

Odins gate 17, Oslo

Telephone number

+4793476998

Opening Times

Mon- Fri 08:00 - 17:00, Sat 09:00 - 17:00, Sun 09:30 - 16:00

Price

Croissant: NOK 55

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)