Old style restaurant which is great both for lunch and dinner. Try traditional smørebrod and traditional Norwegian cakes from buffet. Also can recommend Caviar of Kalix.
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We arrived in Oslo Atlanta--AMS---Oslo thus kinda' overtired Went to the restaurant for dinner as it is in the hotel and could not have been happier. We both had this exquisite dish made of Halibut in a light cream sauce with red caviar-- The Taste!...More
We ate here whilst staying at the Continental Hotel. It is a beautiful room, one of the great pleasures of dining here. We split a large portion (at the recommendation of the waiter) of excellent fish soup and then my husband had a good spaghetti...More
In one of the oldest restaurants in town me and my friends decided to have a late lunch together :) And no one of us came out dissapointed! For starters two of us had the white asparagues with hollandaise sauce and the other half of...More
Theatercafeen is one of my favorite spots in Oslo, the location is good, close to theatre, train and underground station, although not on the sea. The interior design is classic and so is the menu, a nice combiantion of international and italian cuisine.
I have visited the place over the years, seeing it evolve but staying close to its traditions. The menu is much reduced to what it was, especially at dinner. Delicious sandwiches served at lunch. Expensive of course but well worth a visit.
Theatercafeen is a "monument" in Oslo. It is definitely among the top best restaurants in Oslo. Food is exquisite and the service flawless. A lot of business people, politicians and artists visit the place for a business lunch or dinner, but as a tourist you...More
Recommended by a friend who frequents Oslo on business, dining here was a most pleasant experience and way to start our trip through the Baltic. We met our friends and had time to visit in this sophisticated setting while we debated about what to order....More
A very welcoming bistro experience in this historical bistro-cafe adjoining the Hotel Continental, and opposite the National Theatre. The menu choice is good and not complicated, offering some dishes, but also international cuisine; the wine list is at the level you would expect from such...More