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At Baltazar you can dine in the historical surroundings of the old Bazaar, directly behind Oslo Cathedral. The interior of this restaurant is simple, but the curved room and the subdued light create a sheltered atmosphere. The menu is international, with an emphasis on Italy and other Mediterranean countries. Seafood as well as meat dishes are served here. After your main course, do try the cheeses.
This traditional Spanish restaurant is located almost in the middle of the city, in a nice and quiet neighborhood that also contains many other good restaurants. The old building has a rustic charm reminiscent of old-fashioned places in rural Spain. There is room for about 50 guests. Paella and bacalao are the house specialties but there are over 20 other dishes to choose from.
If you get tired of the tastes of Norwegian cuisine during your stay at Oslo, and yearn for a taste of Italy, head on over to the Ruffino Ristorante Italiano. Homemade pasta, an excellent selection of wine, and a wide array of appetizers and desserts await you at this oasis of Italian delights. The atmosphere of the restaurant, with soft music and a polite waitstaff, will draw you in, and you'll never want to leave.
Sanguine Brasserie is a trendy restaurant located in Oslo Opera House that mainly serves Italian, Spanish and French cuisine. Needless to say, the guests here are connoisseurs of art and music who frequent the opera house. With an option of open air seating, it provides one of the best views of Oslofjord. Some would say that Sanguine Brasserie is a little expensive, however, after experiencing the good food, good wine and an exquisite view, they will forgive it for being so.