Dinner / Oslo

Stortingsgata 22 Klingenberggata Oslo 0161
Opening Hours
Sun 15:30 - 00:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 02:00

Dinner Restaurant has served food from our Szechuan and Cantonese kitchen in the heart of Oslo since 1989 and are proud to continue offering our guests an exciting journey through Chinese food culture. Traditionally, the Chinese meal consists of many different dishes that are shared between guests at the table in order to create a more social dynamic around the meal time. Our menu is structured in such a way that this style of eating is possible with us. Please ask your waiter if you would like to know more about the dishes and produce used. We would also like to share that all of Dim Sum is made here in the restaurant and the Mango Pudding is still made by the same cook that made it back in 1989.

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hong xu en
exceellent presentation, very good service ,food are very tastyed. GooglePlace - January 2018
Amy N en
Food was beautifully presented. Decent seafood options. If you're hungry this is a perfect place to go because the portions are huge. The steak was a little disappointing. GooglePlace - December 2017
Rachel Spiegel en
I visited the restaurant for the first time in a couple of years, and I was disappointed. We had the fix three course meal - the starter was three variations of fried food, the main duck course was good, but the main lamb that was our second main was supposed to be grilled, but was tough and taste like gasoline from the grill. The dessert was forgettable. The staff was friendly but the food was sub-par. GooglePlace - December 2017
Amir Mirali en
Great seafood. Fresh and well made to perfection. Cozy and quite atmosphere. The service was very good. Perfect spot for a date night 👌 GooglePlace - November 2017
Ragnar Uteng en
Food is fantastic at dinner. Reason I don’t give 5 stars is because they throw me out after every meal :-). To be fair they always say how long I can have the table but once you are overdue you are told to leave due to next guest. I understand why of course.. hence I often go to a less crowds place in order to avoid having to constantly look at the watch. GooglePlace - September 2017