Clarion Collection Hotel Folketeateret
Phone: (47) 22 005700
Fax: (47) 22 005701
Storgaten 21-23, Oslo, NO, 0184
- Phone: (47) 22 005700
- Fax: (47) 22 005701
Experience the unique flavors of Palestinian cuisine in an ethnic and traditional setting at Habibi. Food steals the show at this restaurant with authentic mezze-style Arabic dishes. Tsatsiki, Kofta, Lammegryte, Baba Ghanuj and Baklava are some of the specialties you must try. Weekends are spiced up with belly dancing and Arabic music. Service and quality sustain a high level and are sure to leave you pleased. A single visit is not enough!
Gorge on flavors from Thailand at Rice Bowl. The cuisine offered here stays true to the authentic Thai preparations. Guests can take delight in their wholesome fares at reasonable rates. They also offer a range of vegetarian dishes to cater to those with dietary restrictions. So if you cannot indulge in their meat and poultry preparations, you can enjoy the same exotic flavor with tofu as a substitute. Rice Bowl provides friends and family with a casual place where they can enjoy a get-together while gorging on tantalizing fares.
Situated on the premises vacated by Erling Moe, a seafood shop that was something of an institution in Oslo, Fiskeriet Youngstorget has lived up to expectations remarkably well. It has, in fact, taken Erling Moe's legacy one step further, for not only can you select from a vast assortment of monkfish, cod, halibut and mackerel to prepare at home, but also have the chefs whip up a seafood treat for you right then! A part of the shop serves as a small restaurant, and there is outdoor seating to boot. You could go for something light like fish and chips or fish stew, or opt for a more filling meal.
Mamma Rosa is one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Oslo. Here they offer classic Italian cuisine in classic Italian surroundings; earthy colors and murals with Venetian motifs create the right atmosphere. At Mamma Rosa you will find everything from pizza and pasta to various fish and meat dishes. Generous portions and attractive prices make this spot a popular place that people return to time and again. So it is quite often very crowded, and unfortunately you sometimes feel slightly pressurized to finish your meal quickly.
Kjøkken og Bar is not just a cozy bar located in Oslo's core, but also manages to effortlessly come off as a delightful mix of a cafe and restaurant. You can opt for a mug of chilled beer or pick out one shimmering glass of cocktail from Kjøkken's cocktail menu. A clientele of young and the good-looking frequents this eatery for a meal guaranteed to have that delectable factor. If none these options lure you, then you can order one of their frothing coffees and simply lounge around.
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.
Illegal Burger is the perfect spot to grab a greasy and delicious late night meal. The restaurant's charcoal grill leaves the juicy burgers with a satisfying smokey flavor. There are a flurry of toppings to augment your burger, and the fries and beer are top-of-the-line as well. Veggie burgers are served too, so there's no excuse to skip a visit to this restaurant! Be assured, you won't regret it.
This on-site restaurant of Rica Oslo Hotel, is known for the quality excellence similar to the hotel itself. Welcome to Bjørvigen Mat & Vinhus, where elaborate meals and efficient service are the norm. Spacious seating area and ambient decor also add up to the reasons for a person to dine here. Quite suitable for international guests, this restaurant flaunts expansive à la carte menu along with its popular buffets. All in all, Bjørvigen Mat & Vinhus is a nice joint for fine dining.
This is one of Oslo's nicest outdoor cafés, where there are some great Italian meals to be had. Pizzas are the house specialty, but many more tasty preparations also await you. Cappuccino is Baltazar Ristorante's summer alternative; only those who drop by between May and September are lucky enough to enjoy a meal here. Reservations are not accepted. Check out the website for visiting hours.
Nestled high up on the 34th floor of Oslo's Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, 34 Restaurant is an ideal place to enjoy dinner while taking in magnificent views of the surrounding regions. This elegant space offers tantalizing fares from Scandinavian cuisine. The chefs love surprising their guests with a refreshing menu regularly. Do try out their seafood made from fresh catch. Surrounded by long paneled glass windows, the nighttime view of the illuminated city from here, is truly marvelous.
34 floors above the hustle and bustle of city life at the summit of the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, 34 SkyBar offers magnificent views across Oslo. 34 SkyBar is popular hangout for Oslo's business elite, so it is a great place to network. The interior and clientele are the epitome of 21st-century style, while the drinks menu offers elegant yet classic cocktails. However, you will need an executive salary to fully enjoy the range of drinks on offer.
Peppe's Pizza is part of a successful chain of restaurants, so well liked because the restaurants are cozy and because everyone is able to find food that they like. This outlet, enjoying a convenient location in the city center, offers a relaxed dining experience for the family. Naturally, you get to choose from many different pizzas, but also a few salads, pies and tortillas. Vegetarians can also find things they should like. Their take-away service is equally popular.