Freia Chocolate Shop
Freia Chocolate Shop
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Neighborhood: Sentrum
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  • Stortinget • 2 min walk
  • Nationaltheatret • 6 min walk
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Lord_Jade
Tel Aviv, Israel283 contributions
Family
Ivexpected more from a official Freia shop - mainly this "kid in a sweets shop" feeling. But this is a small chocolate shop with limited options. I cannot say we were disappointed (the chocolate is good!!) but I expected more...
Written August 20, 2022
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31HomeGames
Charlotte, NC1,486 contributions
Couples
A cute chocolate shop on Karl Johans Gate, close to the Grand Hotel, selling products of the Norwegian confectioner founded in 1889. They are famous for their Freia Melkesjokolade (milk chocolate) bar. We bought one and it was delicious. Also check out the historic Freia neon sign a short distance up Karl Johans Gate toward the central train station (above a Zara store), which dates to 1911.
Written June 8, 2019
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amewsing
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia134 contributions
Solo
No doubt Norway is known for their FREIA chocolates and it is in fact very popular amongst the locals too (if you observe, you will notice the locals buying/ eating the smaller chocolate bar).

If you’re looking to buy some back home as souvenir, I recommend that you buy it off the local supermarket such as EXTRA or KIWI (it’s pretty common and I’m sure you will stumbled onto it).

The 200g milk chocolate bar is only NOK30 but the Freia boutique sells all their 200g bar at NOK40. For the other flavors (nuts, etc...) the price at the local supermarket is rather close to the boutique at NOK39.
Written November 6, 2019
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Rooindie
Farmington, CT922 contributions
Couples
It's not very big, but I was able to stock up on some gifts to take home at reasonable prices, so I was happy. They also have a fairly large section where you can bag your own selection, so you can sample lots of different types to your specific taste.
Written September 30, 2018
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Morten H
Tranby, Norway15 contributions
was there with my wife. we are from Norway, yet we need in there when we are in Oslo.
small shop, with decent selection of freia candy bar. and you can buy a lot of bulk.
then one in Oslo. is a visit to a must do. clever people in the store. very nice
Written March 5, 2017
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matu64
Dargaville, New Zealand342 contributions
Friends
Had to drop in here. Home to the iconic freia.
Grew up with mrlkeschokolade and firkløver.
Nice that they sell a variety of smaller bars or huge ones if you have the stamina.
Written September 24, 2016
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Ivy.z
Dubai, United Arab Emirates291 contributions
Business
Some are good, but pricey. The milk choc range can easily be cheaper in their local supermarkets. So do check the supermarkets before heading here
Written January 28, 2018
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Daniel M
Gillingham, UK40 contributions
Friends
Incredible chocolate. A large variety of simply mouth watering chocolate all at reasonable prices. Not really much else to say except if you like chocolate check out this shop and stock up as much as you can for home.
Written November 7, 2017
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CKT808
Honolulu, HI2,739 contributions
Couples
This shop offers a variety of chocolate in a nice little store by the Grand Hotel. If you like chocolate it is worth a visit. It is good, not great, chocolate.
Written June 2, 2016
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WatfordNeil
Enfield, London167 contributions
Friends
Best place to buy Freia chocolates in Oslo. Cheaper than all the shops, supermarkets and airport. Good selection and nice models in the winter. Only a small shop so don’t expect much.
Written March 9, 2022
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