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You can enjoy good food and drinks from early morning in Oslo. Many places serve brunch and cocktails.
You can enjoy good food and drinks from early morning in Oslo. Many places serve brunch and cocktails.

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Food & Drink

Where to eat delicious brunch in Oslo

Eggs Benedict, a Mimosa or maybe a Disco Brunch? You don't need to head to New York for these combinations. You can find them in Oslo.

If you’re going to Oslo for a weekend, there's no reason to stay in bed. Plenty of places open early where you can start the day with pancakes, sandwiches or even a Bloody Mary. And once your tummy's taken care of, you’ll be even better equipped to experience everything Oslo has to offer when it comes to activities, shopping and things to see. God helg, as the Norwegians say.

Lunch at Bølgen and Moi Briskeby

Bølgen and Moi always offer good food and a delightful atmosphere. The Briskeby branch of the restaurant chain serves brunch from midday. There’s also a DJ to play music while you eat. They serve brunch from 11am on Sundays. You can also order champagne with brunch, if you fancy that. No wonder Norwegians love Bølgen and Moi. Price: Nkr345 per person excl. drinks.

Bølgen og Moi Briskeby

Løvenskioldsgate 26, Oslo

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Pris: 345 kroner per person eks drikke.

Du får også cocktails til brunsjen hos Miss SoYou can also order cocktails with brunch at Miss Sophie in Oslo.phie i Oslo.

Miss Sophie

Croissants, Parmesan fries, fruit salads, croque monsieur, steak tartare, eggs served any way you like them, fruit and chia pudding. Here, you’ll find every kind of pick me up you need and a hair of the dog if you feel a bit fragile after a wild night. Plus champagne, cocktails, beer, juice, coffee and mineral water.

Miss Sophie

Henrik Ibsens gate 4, 0255 Oslo

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Brunch: Saturdays 11am–4pm, Sundays 11am–5pm.

Gunnars generasjonsbar

This bar on Torggata in Oslo has been renovated in the last couple of years and serves Eggs Benedict, succulent avocado toast, coffee, juice, drinks, beer and wine. A place where you can make yourself comfortable and get updated on the latest gossip, both local and international.

Gunnars generasjonsbar

Torggata 13, Oslo

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Open 9am–3am on Saturdays, from 9am on Sundays.

The Nighthawk Diner in Grünerløkka, Oslo. Photo: Hans Fredrik Asbjørnsen

Nighthawk Diner

Scandinavian Traveler has previously reported on restaurateur Jan Vardøen’s Nighthawk Diner and we’re happy to do so again. This diner always opens at 8am on weekdays. Here, you can order everything from The Disco Brunch (egg, pommes frites, cheese, bacon, sausage and more), pancakes, all varieties of eggs burrito, coffee and milkshakes. Lovely atmosphere, too. Grünerløkka branch only.

Nighthawk Diner

Seilduksgata 15, Oslo

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You can order both breakfast and brunch at Brasserie Paleo in Oslo.

Brasserie Paleo

Brasserie Paleo is situated in Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz and serves breakfasts using local Norwegian ingredients. Such as apple juice from Egge Farm, reindeer shavings, hams, pastries, coffee, smoothies and other high-quality paleo diet dishes. You can eat breakfast here even if you’re not staying at the hotel. They also serve breakfast from 12.30pm to 3pm on Saturdays. Price: Nkr295. They also have an extensive wine list and carefully selected cocktails.

Brasserie Paleo

Rosenkrantz' gate 1, 0159 Oslo

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Open from 6.30am to 10am and 3pm–5pm Monday to Friday, 7am–11pm on Saturdays and from 7.30am to midday on Sundays.

Last edited: April 19, 2018

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