Whether you want to go for a blow out Michelin starred dinner or rub shoulders with the locals at the communal eating style hangouts - from ribs to fresh fish, here are some of the best restaurants in Oslo, with an eatery to appeal to all.
Best Restaurants in Oslo
1. Maeemo (pictured above)
Naturally, three Michelin star Maeemo heads up the list. The only restaurant in town to hold this accolade keeps its feet on the ground by celebrating "mother earth" on the menu.
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Relaxed Galt was only recently crowned with its first Michelin star, upon opening in 2018. Chef Bjorn Svensson and former colleagues from Fauna and Oscarsgate have created a warm, intimate restaurant with an appealingly rustic feel which serves a 6-course set menu.
Featured in the White Nordic Guide 2018, this quirky 25 seater can be found in a dimly lit basement with an eclectic mix of customers - including local chefs relaxing after dinner service. Be quick as it closes later in 2018.
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Half market, half eatery - if you don't want to try cooking up the fish of the day let the experts do it for you. A blackboard displays the days specials. From fish and chips to baccalau there are the classic favourites to tempt.
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