Det Gamle Rådhus
Det Gamle Rådhus Review
If you're in Oslo for just one night and want an authentic dining experience, head to the city's oldest restaurant—housed in Oslo's first town hall, a building that dates from 1641. Its known for its traditional fish and game dishes such as the moose entrecote or the Røros reindeer. An absolute must, if you're lucky enough to be visiting at the right time, is the house specialty, the pre-Christmas lutefisk platter. The backyard has a charming outdoor area for dining in summer.
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