Nedre Foss Gård is a restaurant, wine bar and brewery, and also an important part of the local history of Grünerløkka. Although it is hard to imagine when visiting the area today, this used to be a large farm with a mill. Its history goes as far back as 1220. In 2015 it was renovated, and the restaurant was opened. Unfortunately a large fire closed it down just a few months later, but in 2017 they re-opened.
Nedre Foss Gård has something for everyone. The restaurant on the ground floor is quite fancy, with a beautiful interior and a posh atmosphere. They offer lunch and dinner, a four course menu, and brunch on the weekend. It is a bit expensive, but the prices are reasonable for Oslo.
If you want something less fancy, head to the gastropub upstairs for pub food and a large variety of beers (many from their own brewery in the basement). In the summer they also offer an outside menu with sharing plates and bbq food in the courtyard and on sunny tables outside.
If you want wine, visit Radegast, the cosy wine bar in the corner. With a good selection of places in one building, you could easily spend the whole evening at Nedre Foss Gård.