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Where to eat cheap in Oslo?
Oslo is somewhat famous for being expensive, and it’s not for nothing. If you’re wondering if it’s even possible to eat cheaply in Oslo, we’d say it depends on what you consider to be cheap. We have, however, gathered a “few” tips for cheap venues in Oslo below:
- What’Soup, Steen & Strøm, Kongens gate 23 (Soups)
- Rice Bowl Thai Café, Youngs gate 4 (Thai)
- Munchies, Torggata 18 C (Burgers)
- Noodles, Henrik Ibsens gate 90 (Asian)
- Oslo Mekaniske Verkstad, Tøyenbekken 34 (Pub – You can bring your own food!)
- Handwerk, Sarsgate 1 (Café)
- Grådi, Sørligata 40 (Norwegian)
- Brooklyn Burger Joint, Hagegata 22 (Burgers)
- Munks – Cookin’ & Cocktails, Hagegata 24 (Asian)
- Serrano’s Bodega, Trelastgata 3 (Tapas)
- Bun’s Burger Bar, Sørengkaia 71 (Burgers)
- Bar Babylon, St Olavs plass 2 (Sushi)
- Baker Hansen, Ullevålsveien 45 (Café)
- Izakaya, St Olavs gate 7 (Japanese)
- Villa Paradiso, Olaf Ryes plass 8 (Pizza)
- Smelteverket, Vulkan 5 (Norwegian)
- Mathallen, Vulkan 5 (Food Hall)
- Fruhagen, Thorvald Meyersgate 40 (Café)
- Delicatessen Tapas Grünerløkka, Søndre gate 8 (Tapas)
- Txotx, Trondheimsveien 2 (Tapas)
- Munchies, Thorvald Meyers Gate 36A (Burgers)
- Focacceria, Markveien 34 (Foccacia)
If you want a full guide on restaurants in Oslo, check out our restaurant guide for Olso here.
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