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We are sorry to inform you that we are temporarily closed down due to a legal dispute. We are a nice restaurant with Norwegian inspired menu and a staff that always tries to have the best attitude towards our customers. Please visit us for a pleasent dining experience in a low-key atmosphere. The kitchen closes 9pm.
We had a great dinner there! We were a party of 7, three of which were kids under 7. The staff was amazing, helping us with the menu, bringing the kids’ dinners out first, spoiling us with dessert and coffee. The meatballs, lasagna, lamb, cheesecake...More
Good restaurant with nice atmosphere inside with good attention by the owners. The menu is a bit small but the owner recommend you the disk of the day such is a little bit cheaper than in menu. Reasonable prices compared with the other places in...More
Found Sofies down a somewhat unprepossessing Street but had a great meal. The entrecôte was tasty, the white fish came served with boiled egg in melted butter and the outstanding dish was the chicken in a cream sauce. The only dish that was so-so was...More
We were looking for a place to try authentic norwegian cuisine and we found one really close to our apt. rental. Sofies Mat is a very nice, homely restaurant were you can get great food at reasonable (for Norway) prices.
Loved the entrecote, the others...More
Sofie’s Mat og Vinhus is a family type, nice restaurant. Nothing fancy, rather spacious, good food, and the chefs go the extra mile by doing everything at home. It’s like eating at your grandma’s. Relatively quick service (15-20 mins). It is definitely worth to try,...More
We wanted an authentic meal close to our hotel and this was perfect. Not trying to be anything it isn't and good value with generous portions. Worth trying the marinated scampi (delicious prawns in a tomato and garlic sauce with bread). The Entrecote (Steak) was...More
We were recommended this place by someone who had visited Oslo often, and it was exactly what we were looking for – relaxed, authentic and delicious. The staff were very polite despite us not speaking a word of Norwegian, and were happy to recommend us their...More
I checked their menu again on 24th dec, and they still serve so called ”husmankost”, traditional Nordic ”home food”. That means, they have a daily meny what can contain fish, but seafood -as shrimps or mussels- and... More
I checked their menu again on 24th dec, and they still serve so called ”husmankost”, traditional Nordic ”home food”. That means, they have a daily meny what can contain fish, but seafood -as shrimps or mussels- and vegetarian is not on their menus.
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