Vippa is a 1000-square-meter food and culture spot, situated in an old sugar warehouse building on the tip of the harbour in Oslo. I like the rustic design and the good vibe of the large market hall filled with food “trucks”, serving street food dishes from all corners of the world, with a focus on organic food. Most of the food stalls also have vegetarian/vegan options.
There are lots of different food stands to choose from, serving dumplings, pulled duck sandwich, Ethiopian injera, falafel, sausages (including a vegan type) and much more. I loved the noodles with spring rolls and the summer rolls and look forward to tasting my way through the other stalls.
The concept is still developing, and they arrange cultural events like concerts and happenings. The foundation Kretsløp is also working towards becoming a learning centre where you can learn about food from farm to table, and the rooftop will become an urban garden project to contribute to making Oslo a greener city and to inspire others to follow the green trend of urban gardening.
They also have concerts and events, follow their Facebook page for updates.
From the city centre, walk for 15 minutes along the harbour or take bus 60 from Oslo city to Vippetangen.