Pastel De Nata / Oslo

Kongens gate 10 Oslo 0153
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 11:00 - 16:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:00 - 18:30

We bring Portuguese pastries to Oslo. Visit us to get some of the famous Pastel de Nata, Queijadas de Sintra and other specialties. We also offer light lunches and a variety of hot and cold drinks.

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# 361 of 600 Restaurants in Oslo
average 202 votes
Tips from the Net @ Pastel De Nata
Kristina Simakova en
I love this place. You can have a quick lunch or have a coffee with pastel de nata GooglePlace - September 2017
Iveta Pilipaityte en
Don't forget to try their soup of the day, always nice and warms the belly! Not even mentioning delicious cakes and different coffee for a great price :) highly recommend. GooglePlace - September 2017
Frank Aué en
Great food but unfortunately medium quality coffee (Nespresso). Very friendly staff and a nice interior made up for this. Great detail: the bowls in which the food was served are actually made in Portugal. GooglePlace - September 2017
Maria Tsikina en
Nice cafe for a quick break. They have a coffee and cake special for 55. The cappuccino is pretty good and the traditional Portuguese custard cake (pastel de nata) is good as well. They have cinnamon that you can sprinkle on top of the custard tart. Feels like I'm back in Lisbon! GooglePlace - August 2017
Raquel Raposo en
It's a bit of Portugal in Oslo. A great way to experience a bit of what it is to be Portuguese. The famous Portuguese Custard Pies aka PASTEL DE NATA, it's delicious - they serve it warm as it should be, I recommend sprinkling with a bit of cinnamon for the experience. They also have Peeled chestnuts very traditional Portuguese as they were the based of our food before the introduction of the potato from the colonies. The coffee as you can see the Portuguese option are always simple, without the flair of the milk foam. This little jewel in Oslo is a must. I recommend to anyone who comes to visit! GooglePlace - March 2017