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Review: Sunday is a bit of a dead loss in Oslo, but Vega, located in a former hydrotherapy baths run by the Seventh Day Adventists, is about the only exclusively vegetarian place that is open. It's a bit tricky to find. You need to go in the main entrance to the baths (Kurbadet), which looks locked. It isn't - you just need to turn the knob. Turn left, though the most spectacular Arts and Crafts corridor and turn right just before you get to the door of what used to be the men's bath. English is spoken, and they will guide you through the options available to you, and let you know which few dishes in the buffet are not vegan. This afternoon, the only things that weren't were a pasta salad containing feta, and the lasagne. There was a creamy asparagus soup, and a wide variety of salads to choose from. The hot dishes were the aforementioned lasagne, stir-fried mixed vegetables and rice - I didn't bother as the salads were more than satisfying. By the bread were a couple of chutneys a fantastic banana one, and an Indian style one consisting of large pieces of green chilli and whole cloves of garlic. I liked that one even more.