The Best Truly Local Coffee & Tea Shops in Oslo

No matter whether you’re a coffee or tea person, Oslo and its caffeine/theine outlets have you covered. Our locals know the best cafes and tea rooms to relax and recharge, get productive or enjoy your free time with your favorite beverage… or you may discover local preparations and completely different new drinks. Multinational chains can’t hold a candle next to our locals’ favourite coffee shops. Check them out!

Cafe Asylet – Traditional Norwegian cafe

Cafe Asylet – Traditional Norwegian cafe

Image by Katty Repstad

“Cafe Asylet” is in the oldest wooden house in Oslo! It gives off a cosy cabin feel with fireplaces & traditional items. A great choice all-year-round!

Full Article by Thomas B. Repstad

Café Laundromat – Good, clean fun

Café Laundromat – Good, clean fun

Image by Levent Ultanur

“Café Laundromat” has something unmistakably hipster about it – I’m a bit unsettled I fit in so well at this cafe! They really know what they’re doing.

Full Article by Glenn Wells

Cafékontoret – Charming with great food

Cafékontoret – Charming with great food

Image by Elin Reitehaug

“Cafékontoret” Oslo is a charming café and restaurant with good food and affordable prices. I’m so happy every time I remember to pass by!

Full Article by Elin Reitehaug

Celsius Mat & Vinhus – Relax with a good meal

Celsius Mat & Vinhus – Relax with a good meal

Image by Glenn Wells

“Celsius Mat & Vinhus” is the a great bistro after a visit to Akershus Fortress in Oslo. As with many places nearby, it has a touch of old grandeur…

Full Article by Glenn Wells

Chillout Travel Centre – Holiday inspiration

Chillout Travel Centre – Holiday inspiration

Image by Emily Woodgate

“Chillout Travel Centre” in Oslo has a pretty unassuming exterior, which is why I was blown away when I stepped inside. This shop is a traveller’s paradise

Full Article by Emily Woodgate

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