Kaffe og brød Oslo – In the middle of nowhere

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Kaffe og brød (coffee and bread) has everything its name implies to offer and so much more, with products ranging from pastries and chocolate to olive oil and tomato sauce. And of course, ice cream for the kids.

Kaffe og brød is a little and sweet coffee shop in the middle of nowhere. Well, not literally, but one would not expect to find a shop in such a quiet neighborhood street I guess.

Kaffe og brød (coffee and bread) has everything its name implies to offer and so much more, with products ranging from pastries and chocolate to olive oil and tomato sauce. And of course, ice cream for the kids - this place is popular among families on Saturday mornings. But, most importantly, it offers a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. I have never ever enjoyed a good book with my morning coffee as much as I have enjoyed it there! I have loved its small interior and the beautiful yard with the colourful plants and flowers (always) on the tables! What a lovely way to start your day!

It has also been a plus that this place remains open during the summer holidays in July! We are always looking forward to being there!

About this spot

Disenveien 31

Mon - Fri 07:00 - 17:00, Sat 09:00 - 17:00, Sun 10:00 - 17:00

Coffee:

NOK

50

93437224

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