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Eat Budget or Less than 100 Kr for a Meal

Download our suggestion with selection of various places, where average tourist can eat for little, according to Norwegian scale, money. Eat healthy and Spend less than 100 Kr for a meal, not for sandwich with Coca Cola.

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A. Some like it hot ! Palmyra cafe offers good and spicy food. Very pleasant staff and atmosphere. Prices vary from 15 nok for tea/coffe and the most expensive is 90 nok for a dish contains lamb (spicy), rice, salad and vegetables. Accept credit cards and cash.
Open 9 – 21  Address: Norby gate 15, Oslo

B. Recommended ! Great option to see other site of Oslo city Hall is to eat in its cantine. Daily starting from 12:30 you can eat leftover in Oslo city hall employees cantine. Entrance from the sea side, on the second floor.

C. It is a cheapest so far and might be the strangest place in Oslo. Located in former elderly house (?). It is not cafe, therefore don’t look for a title. When you are there, you will find it.  Real lunch costs only 50 nok and serves only from 11:30 until 14:00. Weekly menu: Monday and Friday – fish, Tuesday and Thursday – meat, Wednesday – fish/meat. Address: Breigata 9, Oslo.

D. Noodlepie, various types of Asian kitchen (Sushi, Rice, Soups etc).  Open every day 14:00-23:00 Address: Grunersgt 9, Oslo

E.  Would you like to make a culture switch and forget for some time that you are in Norway? Welcome to visit  Azadi Klubb and cafe at the same time.  The package consists from a plate with rice and chicken / kebab, salad and pita only for 60 nok. TV channel  in Arabic is a free extra. Take away is possible, cash payment only. Address: Ostehaus gate 9, Oslo

G. IKEA is like McDonalds can be found in every country, but have you eaten there? It is a great option in case if one would like to take a break from his journey, just a little switch. IKEA’s restaurant offers great food. It is testy, fresh and cheap. The only disadvantage is time consuming. In order to rich IKEA one has to take a free IKEA bus which runs only once  per hour: to IKEA Mon-Fr every round hour  10 – 22, back to Oslo each 40min ( 9:40, 10:40 etc) 10:40 – 23:40.  There is a bus stop in Oslo on Fred Olsens gt. 2. Journay takes ca 15 min.

H. Just in case… Probably the best Turkish grocery shop in Oslo. Prices usually much less than in well known chains and it is open on Sunday. Address: Smalgagen 1, 0188 Oslo

I. Eat like a student – pay like a student in student bar-cafe “Studenten”. Student prices guarantied for food and drinks. Open  Mon -Sat 16:00 – 01:00. Address: Parkveien 1, Oslo

J. Recommended ! Vegetarian buffet for 100nok. Eat as much as you can  Sun- Th, 11:30-14:30 / Fr 11-16.00.   Address: Akersgata 74, Oslo

Check out our suggestion of budget hotels in Oslo and free of charge museums.

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3 Comments »

  • Benedikte says:

    What’s the name of the place listed as #1?

  • admin says:

    It sounds strange, but it doesn’t have a name. It looks like cantine which belongs to elderly house. I was eating there twice a approx. half year ago. Strangers /outsiders can eat there without a problem. I’ll try to visit the place this weekend and make a photo from outside. It should help to identify the place in addition to address.

  • Great list, we’re sitting on a train on our way to Norway right now. Good to know there are a few budget places around.

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