Lekter'n / Oslo

Stranden 3 Oslo 0250
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:01 - 07:00

Lekter’n har etter hvert blitt en institusjon i Oslos uteliv. Med tre tiår på Aker Brygge, er det få Osloborgere som ikke kjenner sin besøkelsestid når solen titter fram etter en lang vinter. Sommeren er her og hos oss på Lekter'n starter den allerede i mars og varer helt til september. Hver vår og sommer, helt siden Lekter'n åpnet som uterestaurant i 1986, har stedet vært ensbetydende med sol, sjø, blide mennesker, god mat og leskende drikke. I avdelingen Brygga Bar&Spill har vi også lagt til elementene lek og morro!

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Tips from the Net @ Lekter'n
Weronika Hollevik en
A great place in the summer to enjoy the sun with food and drinks. Foursquare - January 2018
Luna DVil en
Can't get one order right, no service - no responsibility, nothing tasty- only pricy. Wan't us to pay in the middle of our lunch when we got the wrong dish and sent it back 2 times. Third time we eat here during three years and it's worst every year. Absolutely last time. (a company of 10) GooglePlace - August 2017
Gabrael StClair en
A stunning view of the water. Food was excellent. I had the grilled farm bread with salad and caviar. Service was superb. GooglePlace - August 2017
Jonathan Thorbjørnsen en
Staff was full of 18-22 year olds who either stood still for minutes with their phones or walked back and forth avoiding customers' eye contact instead of being at service. The mussels were warm and tasty, however the fish soup were at best lukewarm when it got to the table (only 10min after ordering) and completely cold before halfway down. Took forever to get a hold of someone to get our bill. What saves this place is the amazing waterfront view - but I'm afraid they rely too much on it and forget what will bring customers back for more than one visit. GooglePlace - August 2017
Dawood Threepeppers en
Great if you get great weather. Menu choice is limited but it is laid back and comfy. Definitely the best option if you don't want a chain restaurant or reduce the "tourist trap" damage in the area GooglePlace - July 2017