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11 Kristian Augusts Gate
Norway 0163
Tel: 47 22 98 21 50's insider take:

The menu changes weekly at this restaurant close to the National Gallery in downtown Oslo. Chandeliers made from water buffalo horns pair with cozy booths lined with cow skins and midnight-blue surfaces everywhere to cast a moody, reflective glow on the dining room. Fresh orchids top the tables, and a giant poster of an eagle overlooks it all. If the bird were real, he'd likely swoop down on the superfresh seafood served here. That might include smoked Finnmark char with a cauliflower sauce, soft-shell crab chowder with fennel and tomato, or pan-fried scallops with oyster beurre blanc. No, there's nothing in the way of meat on the menu, so make sure your fellow diners are aware of that before you book a table. But if you love seafood—and we mean really love seafood—you'll find yourself booking into this restaurant anytime you're in Oslo.—Terry Ward

Open Tuesdays through Saturdays 6 to 11 pm.

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