Kaffistova / Oslo

Rosenkrantz' gate 8 Oslo 0159
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 11:00 - 19:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:00 - 21:00

På Kaffistova i Oslo står norsk mat i fokus! Vi ligg midt i Oslo sentrum og her serverer vi vellaga, og sjølvsagt heimelaga, mat. Maten er laga av glade kokkar - og basert på gode, norske mattradisjonar. Norske spesialitetar, som til dømes raspeball, boknafisk og rømmegraut vert servert i rause porsjonar til ein hyggeleg pris. Og vi kan vel seie at våre kjøttkaker er dei mest populære i landet? Vi sel i alle fall over fire tonn kjøttkaker i året. Kaffistova has served traditional Norwegian food for more than a century. The first café opened in 1901 with traditional carved and painted wood-furniture. Some of the original interior is on display at the Norwegian Folk Museum at Bygdøy. In our days, the cafe is held in a modern and light style with several pictures and details connecting the present with the past. 220 seats on two floors allow us to arrange lunch and dinner for groups up to 100 people. We focus on Norwegian cuisine! Delicious, traditional "home-made" food prepared by cheerful chefs. Norwegian specialties such as raspeballer (potato dumplings), boknafisk (dried and salted cod) and rømmegrøt (sour cream porridge) are served in generous portions at friendly prices. We bake all cakes ourselves, and offer a traditional Norwegian breakfast each morning. Kaffistova is the ideal place for lunch, centrally located with quick and efficient service of both hot and cold dishes. Welcome to Kaffistova!

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Caitlin Weich en
Good food, nice place and clean toilets. Very nice. GooglePlace - July 2017
Melissa Liebert en
If you are looking for more of a home cooked Norwegian meal, eat here. Norwegian and reindeer meatballs for a reasonable price in Oslo. Use your Oslo pass and get 20% off. GooglePlace - July 2017
Brighid Moret en
Cafeteria style restaurant with great Norwegian food. The moose meatballs were excellent. GooglePlace - June 2017
SkyMonster Jou en
Great Norwegian food without burning a hole in your pocket, not to mention its more-than-a-century's age (its website claims it has been established in 1901). Venue is easy to access in the city center too! GooglePlace - June 2017
Jill W en
We had a few days in Oslo and I wish we would have discovered this place sooner! It is a cafeteria style setup like everyone says but the food is yummy! It was described to us as a simple Norwegian food place. I was excited to try what they say they eat at home. The staff was super friendly with smiling faces. They kindly listened to our questions and requests. I had the meatballs and a piece of the lamb with sides of smashed peas and potatoes. They also have this jam that is delicious. Like a quality cranberry sauce. My bf is a vegetarian and they made it work. They gave him a plate of potato dumplings, smashed peas and a mashed squash side. He was very happy with the food as well. The price was not terrible compared to some of the other restaurants we visited. It was good, homey food that filled you up. I would definitely go back if I'm in Oslo again. Worth the visit! GooglePlace - May 2017