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Oslo Adventures wrote a review Jan 2017
Oslo, Norway327 contributions95 helpful votes
We used to go here all the time, good live music and atmosphere. Allways a laugh. But there's better places to go in that square. So mono needs a rethink.
Date of experience: August 2016
Likornios wrote a review Jan 2017
Athens, Greece868 contributions240 helpful votes
Nice bar, reasonably priced open terrace and kind hosts. Walking distance from the city centre and cool environment.
Date of experience: January 2017
PaddyJPG wrote a review Nov 2016
Alicante, Spain251 contributions132 helpful votes
No live music on while we were there. Expensive drinks. Standard pop music. Very busy on a Saturday night. Definitely a local place (in a good way).
Date of experience: November 2016
Fawnis wrote a review Jun 2016
Kirkenes, Norway45 contributions7 helpful votes
Mono is a laid back, rocked up place that's great for grabbing a beer and sitting around with friends. The inside is so dark, so kind of depressing being there in the summer, but luckily they have a cosy outdoor area with warming lamps and red furniture to sit and relax. The staff is laid back and the music they play is great, if you like alternative rock! …
Date of experience: June 2016
Barmaid89 wrote a review Oct 2014
Perth, Australia57 contributions41 helpful votes
We accidentally had lunch in this place after wondering around the most touristy bit of Oslo, it was the most "authentic" looking and so it was. I personally had the vegetarian burger and it was possibly the tastiest veggie burger I have ever eaten, made with lentils and seeds it tasted really genuine rather than the usual box standard fried one. My friend had the house "mono" burger and said it was also pretty amazing. 2 burgers, 1 bulmers and a glass of wine came up to about 20pounds each which is kind of reasonable in super expensive Norway. Would definitely recommend!…