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 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
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, : 12-14:30 / Fr 11-16.00. Address: Akersgata 74, Oslo