Very good atmosphere and beautiful place, but very expensive!
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This cafe/restaurant is located in a very upscale neighbourhood. Lots of plants and rustic interiour. On Sundays they serve a great buffet with cold and hot dishes. Informal place with focus on local food. They also have a wide selection of pale ale. Well worth...More
We ate here on June 7th. The meal consists of up to seven courses. You pick all or some - I picked 4 of the 7 offered. All were excellent and at the same time different from any dinner I've had. I highly recommend this...More
The Food was very good,but the general impression was very expensive.The service was a bit slow,but overall a nice lunch. The location of the restaurant and the interieur was very nice.
Rustic and nice place with focus on local and ecological food. Nice place for a girlie lunch, Sunday brunch (buffet) or dinner with friends. Informal place with an open kitchen. Warm ambiance and focus on good food. Local produce in often French oriented dishes. Nice...More
Kolonihagen is one of those places I almost don't want to recommend...it's one of the few hidden pearls in Oslo that I'd like to have by myself :) The food quality is Michelin-standard, the service as well. I guess it's due to the fact that...More
The perfect choice if you'd like to eat great new Scandinavian cooking but you won't go all in at Ylajali or Maaemo. Expect to be served deliciously tasting piece of art. The restaurant is in a classic Frogner back yard. It works just as well...More
We visited Kolonihagen a sunday for a quick lunch before a cinema. We did not know that they only serve a buffet lunch on sundays, we had really planned for just a sandwich. THey serve ecolocially produced food, and the buffet had some hot and...More
I am using TA for most of my trip and was hoping for more from rank #15. The food was gurme with very small portions... yet the service, teh location and the creativity were very good. Yet, for 150 Euros for 2 is expensive, I...More