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Shopping in Oslo

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Coffee Shop
“Tim Wendelboe is a micro roastery, a coffee training centre and an espresso bar, run by World Barista Champion and World Cup Tasters Champion Tim Wendelboe. Oliver Strand of The New York Times Magazine, "feels like a neighborhood shop, but it's run like a Michelin-starred restaurant". ”
  • 158 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“The best pizza in town - Try the white pizza with reindeer and pomegranate for something different! ”
  • 81 locals recommend
Café
“Liebling is a small hip corner café that serves excellent comfort food for breakfast or lunch. Try the refreshing Acai bowl or hearty avocado toast!”
  • 78 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Another local favorite and another of the world's best roasters and baristas (champion in 2015)! Talk to the barista about your flavor profile and they will give you just the right roast for your taste. The space is small, window seats as well as a couple of tables. They serve baked goods from Håndverk (organic, sourdough-based, amazing!)”
  • 60 locals recommend
Cafe
“Best coffie of St Hanshaugen, nice for takeaway and a walk in the park across the street”
  • 47 locals recommend
Department Store
“The most traditional and longest running shopping mall. Great food court in basement”
  • 36 locals recommend
Wine Bar
“Natural wines, great service, knowledgeable staff and good music. Nice vibe.”
  • 50 locals recommend
Bakery
“One of our favorite places to buy freshly baked bread. If you want to try the great Nordic bread, you should definitely start here.”
  • 45 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Gift Shop
“The city centre mall, different department stores, clothes, shoes, jewelry, food, bookstore, make-up, and so on. ”
  • 57 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Clossest mall where you find everything. We like to go there to get cheep groceries at the International Store outside the mall and then have e.g. a frozen yoghurt or a smoothie as a treat. Metro 4 and 5 both go there and some of the busses.”
  • 69 locals recommend
Department Store
“The most traditional and longest running shopping mall. Great food court in basement”
  • 36 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“High quality shopping, if you want exclusive brands and stores. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10-20 and Saturday 10-18.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping centre with 70 shops and 12 restaurants and cafés, located right next to Oslo Central Station. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Small shopping center - but very close and provides the basics: a crocery store, pharmacy and wine store. ”
  • 18 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping center with a mix of Norwegian and foreign retail concepts that sell, among other things fruits and vegetables, coffee, clothing, shoes, jewelry, furniture and international books. The center also has several eateries and services. Grønland Bazaar consists of both a new building and the charming Grade II listed buildings in Tøyengata. Opening hours: Monday - Friday: 10 -20 Saturday: 10-18”
  • 22 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping mall. Includes Many which is a more high-end supermarket with fresh meat and seafood.”
  • 12 locals recommend

Markets

Fish Market
“Fish shop with a few bar tables. Best fish’n chips in town, bacalao and other great seafood.”
  • 37 locals recommend
Health Food Store
“Organic food, kombucha and bone broth by the cup. Vegan / vegetarian options. Also only place in Oslo that serves original Bulletproof coffee (that I know of). ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Fish Market
“Best place to buy fresh fish and game in Oslo. Home made patés, Norwegian traditional dishes and other jems as well. Most friendly staff ever, are happy to discuss recepies and suggestions all day!”
  • 4 locals recommend
Grocery Store
  • 1 local recommends
Market
  • 1 local recommends
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