Frognerseteren Restaurant / Oslo

Holmenkollveien 200 Oslo 0791
Opening Hours
Sun 11:00 - 21:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 22:00

Åpningstider Kafe Seterstua: Mandag - lørdag: 11:00 - 22:00 Søndag: 11:00 - 21:00 Restaurant Finstua: Mandag - fredag: 12:00 - 22:00 Lørdag: 13:00 - 22:00 Søndag: 13:00 - 21:00 I 1865 kjøpte konsul Thomas Heftye landområdet rundt dagens Frognerseter, og i 1884 åpnet han et friluftsmuseum med blant annet fem bygninger som han hentet inn fra forskjellige steder av landet. Kristiania kommune kjøpte stedet av Heftyes enke i 1889. Kommunen satte straks i gang å bygge Frognerseteren, og i 1891 stod den eldste delen av huset ferdig. Stedet fungerte som en turiststue, den første i hovedstaden. Våre mattradisjoner strekker seg tilbake til 1800-tallet, da man fikk levert fangsten både fra jegeren og fiskeren direkte til Frognerseteren. Vi er stolte over å holde liv i de gamle og ærverdige bygningene på toppen av Holmenkollen – 435 meter over hverdagen.

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Blogger Reviews @ Frognerseteren Restaurant
Frognerseteren – The best views in Oslo
Frognerseteren – The best views in Oslo Image by Emily Woodgate This place is on the list every time a friend visits Oslo. Situated atop a hill high above the city, the sprawling cabin-style cafe and restaurant dates fr ... continue Oslo Spotted by Locals · Blog
Tips from the Net @ Frognerseteren Restaurant
Kelsey Kreiling en
30min away from the city by metro. Serves traditional Norwegian cuisine in a very casual setting. Think coffee and bun type or lunch. The building is in the traditional "Dragon Style" architecture Foursquare - March 2018
Karsten Lansing en
The views are amazing and the meatballs and hot chocolate are great Foursquare - March 2018
Armin Parsian en
The view is just beautiful, and the food here was good. Not really tasty for me, but generally healthy and good to try. There is also a big fire place that will keep you warm😌😌 GooglePlace - February 2018
Belinda Walker en
Fantastic food! The trout was beautifully cooked, the beetroot soup, cloudberry desert and coffee were also first class and so was the service. Magical location but really essy to get to on public transport from central Oslo GooglePlace - January 2018
José Miguel Lourenço en
Although we had fun the staff wasn't helpful when we rented the sleds and even though we said was our first time. Even said "conditions are not great and might be icy and bumpy" which was an understatement and there wasn't anyone throughout the course in case something happened. There were zones with no protection that if you went off there was a small cliff and trees GooglePlace - January 2018