Kaffistova / Oslo

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

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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sandro da silva en
Two floors restaurant catering guests of the hotel and anybody else that wants to be served. They serve both warm and cold foods mainly from the Norwegian cuisine. It is very cosy and the service is just fine. There are toilets and is wheelchair accessible here. GooglePlace - February 2018
Dani Gomez en
The reindeer and the meatballs are really good, but I think that the portion could be bigger for that price (around 15-20 euros) it is self - service, and the food is different depending if it is lunch or dinner time. I recommend it if you want typical food not really expensive. GooglePlace - January 2018
Claudia Marquiegui en
Typical norsh food, very polite and fast. Price not bad. GooglePlace - January 2018
Grigory Martiushenko en
Relatively cheap for a lot of "typical Norwegian" food. Cozy place. GooglePlace - January 2018
Nima Salami en
A very cosy place. It's a Café Restaurant. It doesn't have a big variety of dishes but they're delicious. It was my first try at Norwegian food and I enjoyed it. It is relatively pricey for what you get as a complete dish but maybe that's just the how the prices are in general in Norway. I say it was a nice experience. This place was suggested to me by a local Norwegian guy to try my first local dish here and I'm happy I listened to him and tried it! GooglePlace - December 2017