At the start of a month long trip to Norway we added a 2 night stop in Oslo just to eat again at this restaurant (which we did on both nights). The restaurant was as memorable as we remembered and the food just as spectacular. On the first night we had the 10 course tasting menu ( note!! If you get served a mushroom butter with bread grab it before the rest of your fellow diners - it's wonderful) Highlights from the menu- which was fantastic thorough out - a potato and artichoke cake with anchovy sour cream, red onion, salmon
caviar and rye bread toast, the most wonderful Teriyaki salmon with mango and wasabi dressing followed by beautiful cod with creamed rissoni pasta, griddles mushrooms and red and yellow pickled beets. On our second night we shared a mixed "tapas" style starter which was a delight and beautifully varied with amongst other things:- sweetbreads, cheese, Palma ham, chorizo, spring roll all handmade and delicious ( Note!! If served a lemon oil and balsamic mix with bread try it it's lovely and then to make sure you have it all to yourself tell everyone else it's not very good - ) our mains were neck if pork with potato and horseradish purée , garlic chorizo sausage sweet and sour chicken jus with roasted hazelnuts- sounds like a strange mix - tasted Devine. Can't wait to come back wish it was closer to home.
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