The Very Best Local Restaurants in Oslo

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Oslo locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

Bamboo – Neighbourhood favorite

Bamboo – Neighbourhood favorite

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“Bamboo” Oslo is my favorite neighbourhood restaurant for affordable Asian (Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese) food and sushi & maki.

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Bangkok Thai – Excellent authentic Thai

Bangkok Thai – Excellent authentic Thai

Image by Elin Reitehaug

“Bangkok Thai” Oslo serves authentic Thai food in generous portions. It is a simple restaurant, perfect for a quick dinner or takeaway.

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Café Fiasco – Sit back and watch the world go by

Café Fiasco – Sit back and watch the world go by

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“Café Fiasco” is next to Oslo Plaza and the perfect spot for watching all kinds of stories unfold. It’s also one of my favorite burger joints around.

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Café Laundromat – Good, clean fun

Café Laundromat – Good, clean fun

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“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.

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Cafe Nero – Labor of love

Cafe Nero – Labor of love

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“Cafe Nero” Oslo is the perfect mix of cafe and bar. What draws me to it is that it is clearly a labor of love and willingness to share…

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