Quality Hotel Expo
Phone: (47) 67 117000
Fax: (47) 67 117001
Snaroyveien 20, Oslo, NO, 1360
- Phone: (47) 67 117000
- Fax: (47) 67 117001
Located at the edge of Huk Bygdøy, Hukodden is a family-run, beach restaurant with one of the best views in the area. With the options of open-air, private and indoor seating available, every event celebrated here becomes even more special. Given that the restaurant is only open in summers and the varying open times, it is a good idea to check with the management before venturing at Hukodden. For a good price, delectable Mediterranean menu which emphasizes on seafood and decent service, Hukodden is the perfect option for a lazy afternoon at the beach.
Although located in the Henie-Onstad Cultural Center, it is worth seeing in its own right. It is a combination of fine arts and excellent and fantastic food. BØLGEN & MOI Høvikodden has been influenced by the contemporary art exhibited throughout the whole building: modern and elegant, but with a good sense of humor. The food is stimulating, creative and varied and the dishes are presented like true works of art. The wine list is excellent and the personnel are always ready to assist in your selection.
Located on the island of Lille Herbern, a short ferry-ride away from Oslo, Lille Herbern, the restaurant, opened in 1929, is considered one of the oldest restaurants in the city. Offering a number of activities for quality time together, the island itself is a welcome respite for people harrowed by city stress. Added to that, the factor of good food makes this experience absolutely wonderful. Needless to say, any private or corporate events arranged here will be unforgettable. The restaurant menu, emphasizing on seafood, consists of season-based cuisine. Only open during summers, the restaurant is almost always pre-booked; hence, reservations are advisable. Whether it is the island activities, the restaurant atmosphere or the food, visiting Lille Herbern once will leave you begging for more.
At Lanternen, your palate is treated to a meal of Norwegian fare with international influences; at the same time, your eyes can feast on spectacular views of the Oslofjord. The setting makes it quite easy to guess the house specialty- you get to feast on the freshest seafood of the season. Large groups will enjoy sitting out on the patio under the shade of an umbrella, gorging on the delicious offerings of the tapas menu. The restaurant is open only from April to December, but can be hired for private events throughout the year.
It was started in 1999 by three Norwegian athletes who acquired the taste of sushi while on their travels abroad and missed it when at home. House of Sushi - Skøyen serves dainty sushi delicacies made from fresh fish that will just delight you if you are a sushi lover.
Santinos Sjølyst has everything you'd wish from a traditional Italian eatery- home-style food, intimate atmosphere and friendly service. Not hard to spot, this restaurant in Skøyen is a quite popular lunch spot for businesses in the area. The setting is cozy enough but not claustrophobic, and the red themed decor lends the interiors an understated style. From fresh antipasti and traditional pastas to thin-crust pizzas, the menu doesn't run out of options. Even desserts are in place. For those with allergies, the gluten-free pizzas and pastas are a boon!
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.
A bright blue facade with frescoes of the sun, moon and stars adorns the entrance to this trendy and always crowded place in Frogner. People both old and young flock to Clodion, whether they come for aesthetic reasons or to enjoy one of the light but tasty meals. Or you can simply enjoy a glass of wine on one of the curvy, colorful sofas and watch people come and go. The walls of the café form a constantly changing art gallery.
Fuji's specialty is sushi, which should be enjoyed in the designated sushi bar on the second floor. The food served by the kimono-clad staff is delicious, and the exciting Japanese desserts are worth trying. The atmosphere and the elegant, minimalist interior make this a great place for enjoying Japanese food. Fuji also offers very popular take-away deals.
Enoteca Vinbar has a wide selection of Italian wines by the bottle and glass. Serving delish omelets, pastas and bruschetta for lunch and pizzas later in the evening, they are known for their fine wines and pizzas in the neighborhood. This cute wine bar has a large basement where private events are allowed with a separate party menu.
One of Oslo's favorite dining haunts, Magma Bar & Restaurant serves a fare of delicious Mediterranean food. Since its inception in 2000, this restaurant has managed to pique the interest of critics and has maintained a decent list of loyal clientèle. Sample some of their homemade style menu, consisting of delectable veal and other meat preparations, or gorge on a portion of ravioli. The homely atmosphere, with a hint of western concept, makes for a pleasant combination. This eatery, a brainchild of the famous chef Sonja Lee, is undoubtedly a place worth a visit.
Serving mainly Japanese cuisine, with a focus on Sushi, this elegant restaurant is, arguably, one of the best sushi places in the neighborhood. Appropriately named, Art of Sushi will convince you that food can be a work of art. Every dish brought out of the kitchen is visually and gastronomically beautiful. It is meant for patrons who would appreciate not only the aesthetically designed interiors but also the epicurean delights that the chefs so lovingly prepare here. Is Art of Sushi pricey? Yes, a little, but the entire experience is definitely be worth it.