Tips & Tricks
Lawo (Universitetsgata 26, Oslo) — Lawo is a lunch café, restaurant, bar and night club – right in the heart of Oslo. Near Universitetsgata you find News Corner, with domestic and international newspapers and an extensive lunch menu. The restaurant at Lawo is both intimate and pleasant, with a homely atmosphere. The à la carte […]
Nox (Henrik Ibsen Gate 100, Oslo) – this is one of Oslo’s more popular and trendier nightspots. The interior décor is plush and covered in red velvet, with VIP sections that offer bottle service. The steady contingent of attractive local women that come here means that it will stay popular for some time.
Jaeger (Grensen 9, Oslo) – this nightspot books a regular roster of local and international dance music DJing talent (playing various tendencies of dance music – from Electro House, to Techno, Drum & Bass, etc. There are two separate dance floors (both having very good sound systems).
Som Tam Thai Restaurant (Vogts Gate 64, Oslo) — Genuine Thai restaurant with food made by Thai chefs. The food can be enjoyed in the restaurant or as takeaway. In summer the restaurant has outdoor tables, and the food can also be catered. Som Tam is located on the ground floor of “The Culture Castle” […]
La Belle Sole (Observatoriegata 2B, Oslo) – this nightspot has been around since the 1960s, with a complete renovation in 2007. Boasting outstanding interior décor and a steady line-up of regional and international DJs, La Belle Sole has become one of Oslo’s premiere hangout spots. VIPs like (UK royalty) Prince Harry sometimes come here as […]
Rustadsaga Sports Lodge (Østmarka, Oslo) – located in Lake Nøklevann, a forest just southeast of Oslo, this is a popular sports lodge with a rustic feel. Diners often bike or hike here for lunch.