Bagatelle attracts the who's who of Oslo society, and is widely recognized as one of the city's best restaurants—and also one of the costliest. Artworks by contemporary artists accent the understated, elegant dining room. In 2012, Bagatelle regained its Michelin star in 2012; next door, the rustic brasserie Lille B has attained a Michelin Bib Gourmand for its good food at moderate prices.
Jul 3, 2007
We had read good reviews of this restaurant in several sources and came because of the seafood menu. After we were seated, our waiter informed us 1 of the courses in the seafood menu would be eliminated that night and the halibut and king crab courses were not available and other fish would be substituted. We then ordered wine. The wine that the waiter brought was a later vintage. When I asked him about it, he told me the later vintage was just
as good as that which I had ordered. This is a very expensive restaurant and things like this should not happen. I would not eat here again.