Cafés in Oslo
Tips for your cafe trip in Oslo
Oslo offers cafés for every taste - from the small ones, with a personal atmosphere, to the colorful and trendy as well as the classic patisseries. See our guide to good cafés, where you can refuel and soak up the atmosphere of Oslo for yourself, through aromatic coffee beans and cakes created with love.
Donuts have become a popular eat for the sweet tooth. At Talormade you will find the colorful sugar buns in all sorts of varieties. We promise you that your cake experience at Talormade will be a tasty and creative serving, and you can indulge in flavors such as caramel, oreo and blueberry crumble - or one of the more daring combinations such as lemon, ginger and matcha. You can visit Talormade's colorful cafés in several places in the city:
Operagata 6 (close to the MUNCH Museum and the Opera House
- Johans gate 37
A classic pastry cake is not much better than that of the internationally renowned French pastry chef, Pascal. Here you can taste traditional heavenly bits of the very finest kind. The neatly decorated cake works are created from secret recipes, and they are a delight to both eyes and palate. Pascal has several patisseries in Oslo, and in the patisserie in Tollbugate the cake traditions are continued in historic premises, which have housed patisseries since 1870. Taste Pascal's pastry art in several places in Oslo:
Tollbugata 11 - close to the Cinematheque Henrik Ibsens gate 36 - close to the National Theater Prinsens gate 22 - close to the Storting
MUNCH deli and cafe
The new MUNCH museum offers both art and taste experiences. The museum houses both a café, a bistro with an à la carte menu and a cocktail bar at the top, with a fantastic view of Bjørvika. In the café MUNCH deli and café on the street level, you can enjoy a lunch or something sweet, overlooking the water.
Edvard Munchs Plass 1
Here you will find an entire café dedicated to the Norwegian version of the Shrovetide bun. Bollebar tempts with velvety soft buns, full of cream or whipped cream in many combinations. If varieties such as caramel with chocolate or lemon cream topped with crispy meringue make your taste buds run in water, visit Bollebar on your trip to Oslo. Bollebar serves both sweet and savory buns, so you can also find lunch buns on the menu.
Brynjulf Bullsplass 2
This café welcomes you with cozy surroundings, a family atmosphere and cakes that taste! A passion for the good, homemade cake, is characteristic of the place, which often smells of freshly baked delicacies. The sweet mouthfuls are served in various fine vintage porcelain, just like at Grandma's home. The women behind the Cakery bake with love, and the café exudes good, old-fashioned cosiness. You can often be lucky enough to taste Brazilian specialties, such as ‘beijinho’ or ‘small kisses’, which are mouth-watering balls of coconut and condensed milk.
Kongens gate 10