[1 minute read] Oslo has a vibrant and diverse food scene, with many options to choose from. We prefer when the food is relatively fast, easy on the wallet and above all tasty as hell. In that regard, we want to share a few of our favorite spots with you. Check out what we consider to be the best places to eat in Oslo:
WUNDERBURGER: TORGGATA 35
Open until 3AM on Fridays and Saturdays – the perfect last stop on your way home after a night of drinking and shooting darts at Oche. Unlike most burger joints in Oslo, Wünderburger makes their beef patties really thin, reminiscent of a particular California-based hamburger chain.
From a review on their Facebook page:
This place gave me an erection, the burgers are so good.
GRÅDI: SØRLIGATA 40
Grådi, a play on the Norwegian word for greedy, serves small, but very tasty dishes and awesome mimosas. Located in the heart of Tøyen, this little gem is worth a brunch visit. We recommend the avocado sandwich. Book a table here.
OSLO STREET FOOD: TORGGATA 16
Located in the old bath house Torggata Bad, Oslo Street Food opened it's doors in 2019 and quickly became one of our go-to places for a quick bite to eat. The 1800 square metre food hall holds 16 bodega-style restaurants, 3 bars and a coffee shop – and there's something for everyone in here. Grab a beer and peruse the different establishments, some offer samplers as you walk by.