Gamla Radhus is one of the more authentic restaurants you can find in Oslo. It is in a very old but beautifully restored building. The decoration is a mix of rustic and elegant. The menu has some very interesting choices. We stopped by here for lunch and tried the fish soup, beet salad and crispy toast with braised pork's neck. The fish soup was served with freshly baked bread and it was excellent. By far the best fish soup we had in Norway. Beet salad was very fresh, the dressing was perfectly balanced and toasted pumpkin seeds gave it just the right amount of crunch. The open faced braised pork's neck was supremely tender and rich with flavors and the pickled onions provided the perfect amount of acidity to complement the savory toast. Presentation and service was excellent. We will definitely come back to Gamla Raadhus for dinner next time we are in Oslo.
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