Fodor's Expert Review Gamle Rådhus
$$$ Sentrum Norwegian Fodor's Choice
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. It is known for its traditional fish and game dishes that take full advantage of the city's access to the best seasonal produce. An absolute must, if you're lucky enough to be visiting in December, is the house specialty, the lutefisk. Reserve well in advance for the julebord (pre-Christmas) season.
Nedre Slottsgt. 1
Oslo, Oslo 0157, Norway
- Reliably robust and salty catch prepared to perfection
- Elegant paneled surroundings lit by candles
- The unparalleled delicacy is lutefisk
Rate Includes: Closed Sun.