We had dinner here on the recommendation of a friend living in Oslo. It's a restaurant for the locals, with menu only in Norwegian, but the staff are more than happy to translate. Pretty easy walk from centre of town. Or bus 37, 5 stops from the city centre. We chose the 3 course menu. To start, two lovely salads, one based around delicate smoked haddock, the other around peaches, greens and cherry tomatoes. With outstanding dressings, they were great. For main, we again had two dishes, haddock with a lovely creamy sauce and vegetables, and a polenta dish with speck and greens. Both were terrific. Desert was pretty ordinary-- panacotta with a couple of sliced strawberries. After 3 courses we had had sufficient--those going for the 5 course version needed big appetites. Our 3 courses were 395NOK, which was good value. A reasonable wine list is available, and the buzz in the main front room is not too loud. For something pretty local and different to the normal tourist offerings, well worth the short trip
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