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Experience Oslo's Booming Culinary Scene At These New Restaurants

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Updated: 30 November 2017
2017 has been a good year for Oslo, gastronomically speaking. New restaurants keep popping out all over the city, especially in the up and coming neighborhoods like Tøyen. From Nordic fine dining to gourmet cheese sandwiches and everything in between, below you’ll find the best new entries in Oslo’s restaurant scene.

Vintage Kitchen

Wine Bar, Restaurant, European, $$$
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Vintage Kitchen
Vintage Kitchen | Courtesy of Vintage Kitchen

Between Grünerløkka, Grønland, and Tøyen, you can find a little piece of Denmark. Opened in August, Vintage Kitchen serves Danish smørrebrød for lunch every day, and hearty, Nordic dishes accompanied with some great wine selections at night (the place also doubles as a wine bar).
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Mon - Fri:
11:00 am - 12:01 am
Sat - Sun:
12:00 pm - 12:01 am

Kverneriet Solli

Restaurant, $$$
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Asian sensation burger | Courtesy of Kveneriet Solli

Kverneriet already has establishments in Tønsberg and Majorstua, and now they’re bringing their juicy burgers to Solli Square. Pair yours with some truffle parmesan fries and a Bloody Mary, and you’re all set.
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Mon - None:
4:00 pm - 1:00 am
Tue - Thu:
11:00 am - 1:00 am
Fri - None:
11:00 am - 3:00 am
Sat - None:
12:00 pm - 3:00 am
Sun - None:
12:00 pm - 1:00 am

Atmosphere:

Fast Casual

Grådi

Restaurant, European, $$$
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Preparing one of the dishes | Courtesy of Grådi

Another new arrival in Tøyen, Grådi has something to offer for every hour of the day; from eggs benedict and pancakes for brunch, to lomper with duck for lunch and daily specials like Pho soup for dinner. Grådi is short for grådig, which means greedy in Norwegian—and we’ll forgive you if you get a bit greedy yourself in there.

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Tue - Thu:
11:00 am - 12:01 am
Fri - Sat:
11:00 am - 1:00 am
Sun - None:
11:00 am - 11:00 pm

Genki by Sabi

Restaurant, Asian, $$$
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Bento box of the day | Courtesy of Genki by Sabi

A perfect place for a date, or for meeting people after work, Genki by Sabi is Sabi Omakase’s little sister restaurant: a more casual Japanese place in Vikaterrasen that does bento boxes (which you can also take away) and other Izakaya-style delights.
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Restaurant À L’aise

Restaurant, French, $$$
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A'L'aise
A'L'aise | Courtesy of A'L'aise

This is fine dining at its best. À L’aise does French cuisine with a Danish know-how. You will have to dress up to savor their langoustines paired with Dom Perignon, or their white chocolate dome with edible flowers, but it will be worth it.
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Tue - Fri:
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
Sat - None:
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Fyr Bistronomi & Bar

Bistro, Northern European, $$$
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Situated in Majorstua, Fyr manages to balance grilling things to perfection and offering a refreshingly Nordic twist on bistro dishes that are at the same time elaborate and authentic. If you have to choose one dish (although their menu, Full Fyr, is excellent and paired with wine and cocktails), make it their langustines, served simply with bread and infused butter.
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Sun - Wed:
12:00 pm - 1:00 am
Thu - Sat:
12:00 pm - 2:00 am