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This gourmet restaurant, located in the heart of Oslo's oldest neighborhood, is run by award-winning chef Bent Stiansen. A varied menu is available, compiled from the freshest and best available ingredients. The beautiful and stylistic 18th-century décor just adds to the restaurant's ambiance. The restaurant consists of five small rooms with an intimate atmosphere. The ceiling contains some of the finest stucco work in northern Europe. Guests must be suitably dressed (jacket and tie for men).
Housed in the Oslo Opera House, Argent demystifies the concept of fine dining to deliver a culinary experience driven by quality and ingredients. The underlying theme is white and the sublime decor enhanced by candlelight and the open fireplace adds to the sensory pleasure. It is recommended that you opt for the seasonal set menus, but you can also order from the monthly a la carte menu. Perfect for dining pre- or post-show; reservations are recommended.
At the very beginning of the row of embassies at Frogner/Skillebekk, a short distance from the city center, you will find this unique, intimate gem of a restaurant which only seats 36 people. The small but fine menu offers four or five choices in each category, but each dish is superbly prepared. Hos Thea offers exceptionally good service.
Feinschmecker belongs to Oslo's gastronomic elite and is a firm favorite with gourmands. The elegance and intimate atmosphere perfectly match the high standard of the food. Owners Lars Erik Underthun, one of Oslo's foremost chefs, and Bengt Wilson, one of Scandinavia's leading food photographers, make sure the food looks as good as it tastes. Give in to temptation and feast on treats like baked filet of mountain trout with fennel, gremolata and caviar. The restaurant opens at 5p, Monday to Saturday.
Located on the scenic Ekeberg Hill, this eatery provides a breathtaking and panoramic view of Oslo city. The focus of the restaurant is on serving international cuisine prepared to suit contemporary tastes. Outdoor seating is available, allowing you to soak in the view, but the menu is reportedly more extensive in the indoor section. They also have banquet and conference facilities. The food here is pricey, but the view and experience are unforgettable. So go ahead, plan your next event here!
Near the famous Holmenkollen ski jump, you will find Dem Fem Stuer. This exclusive and very Norwegian restaurant has an amazing view of Oslo. The service is distinguished and the menu offers Norwegian dishes with strong, classic roots. The three-course meal, 'A Taste of Norway', consists of the freshest seasonal Norwegian ingredients, and is worth trying. Jacket and tie are required for admission. The food is expensive, but it is worth every penny.