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Visited with a friend. We ate antipasti and chicken salad. Ikea cutlery, old wine glasses and simple layout. Antipati had pickled artichokes from a tin, prosessen olives and one slice of burned toast. No drinks menu. Completely empty venue. Avoid!
We were here for a couple of hours for pizzas and beers. The pizzas are super nice, different from other Italian pizzas with reindeer and salmon, for instance. Also cozy restaurant with few tables.
Unfortunately the waiters (three of them) were just standing by the...bar the whole time. We had to call their attention to get served, and they did not come to our table to ask if we wanted something more to drink. Too bad for the restaurant, we could easily have had more to drink if we had been offered.
There was also an unpleasant whiff of smell from time to time, we did not find what or where it came from.More
We were looking for somewhere with a relaxed atmosphere, where we could have good food - we fancied something Italian after being completely ‘fished out’ in hotel buffets! You know when you just crave a pizza! Well we found the perfect place! Tucked away in...a little side street, would be easy to miss, just a small place, we sat outside as the weather was warm but there were some inside tables too.
The service was great, very friendly, pizza was absolutely delicious, really nice not too thick crust and lots if lovely topping, spiced just right and another great thing - it stayed warm. I think that was because if the way it was served - on parchment in a large flat wicker basket/plate - very authentic - just what we needed! Great size - more than enough - we could have shared one for lunch with a side order. We loved the locally brewed lager there were several good local beers served on tap. Eating out in Norway is very expensive but this place was very reasonable and we felt really very good value, more like London prices so we were very happy all round!
Would highly recommend this restaurant and would def go again. Make sure you take a map - it is tucked away but shouldn’t be missed!!More
We were looking for simple food after several days of hotel buffets. This was the first place we passed on leaving the hotel. It is up an alleyway with a board advertising the best pizza in Oslo. We had a Norwegian with salmon and a...Rudolf. They were both excellent with thin Italian bases. The service was friendly. Pizza with a Norwegian twist. Excellent.More
Located in central Oslo in the City Passage this small pizzeria is amazing. Warm welcome, accommodating and the home made pizza was great and reasonably priced. Would definitely recommend this if you’re in Oslo!
We stumbled onto this small bar/pizzeria and settled in to enjoy thin crust pizza, salad and pana cotta for dessert washed down with local beer. The pizza was exceptional the dough/crust spot on with delicious not to much topping the Italian way. Salad/dessert simple and...fresh. We highly recommend
Cin Cin Cafe!More