Oslo Raw

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Ullevalsveien 82, Oslo, Norway

An all-vegan/gluten free/organic/raw cafe and bakery serving made-in-house (by hand) bowls and sweet and savoury snacks also free from white sugar and soy. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-6:00pm, Sat 10:00am-5:00pm, Sun 10:00am-4:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Bakery, European

9 Reviews

First Review by CharlieWilliams

A little beautiful vegan gem of a cafe! - Edit

Such a bright, beautiful and lovely place! Both the sweet people who work there and amazing food blew me away! Just came back from Tel Aviv - and did not expect to find a place that could measure up, but this place did! I had the most delicious and and beautiful breakfast with açaí bowl, raw cakes, crispy bread with sprouts, a matcha latte, a green smoothie and a raw coconut choc "ball". Everything was amazing. Next time I'm ordering a raw cake to take with me:)

Pros: Excellent food, Excellent service, Beautiful decorated

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Meh, meh, meh... - Edit

Ok, I'll admit staff were relatively friendly. I'll also concede that their raw oreo cake was good, though it tasted more like coconut than oreo. That also raises the question: why try and capitalise on the popularity of a Corporate American product that is not particularly healthy? Don't they believe in their own creations?
What bugged me big time was not only the presence of this presumably hipster blogger, (thoroughly putting things in the right place so she could take the best possible pictures and not have to work like the rest of us), but also what they called "food". I mean, an acai bowl doesn't really count as food in my world, so I opted for a raw pizza. What I was given was a rather small piece of crisp bread with some tasty pesto, topped with some kale, cherry tomatoes, and no special dressing at all. Hell, the cucumber wasn't even well sliced! Oh well, maybe nothing I would make myself since I don't have a dehydrator, but also nothing I would sell, at 99 NOK no less. A total letdown.

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interesting meals - Edit

we ate an raw pizza and brunch. it was good, but not so big portions, it is good for a smal meals. But it was very tasty. It was a nice place.

Pros: tasy

Cons: small portions

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Very nice - Edit

The staff was very friendly and the food was very good. We especially loved the bowl, the 'cheese'cake and the hot chocolate. They have no restroom though and that's why I give only four stars.

Pros: Everything is glutenfree and refined sugerfree.

Cons: No restroom.

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An absolute gem! - Edit

This little shop is an absolute must visit for anyone. The space is super cute and cosy, with indoor and outdoor seating, a varied and exciting menu, focused mainly around cakes and hot and cold beverages, but also featuring raw pizza and brunch. Also the staff are super lovely and friendly. Easily one of my favorite places to indulge my sweet tooth: the raw cakes they make are dangerously and mind blowingly delicious!
Only draw back is that it's a little pricey, but you definitely get your money's worth, since all the cakes are raw, vegan, with none of the unhealthy and cheap ingredients like white flour or refined sugar.

Pros: Fully vegan, The BEST cakes in Oslo, Great outdoor seating

Cons: Pricey

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Great food but not so friendly staff - Edit

Really great food and super cozy place! Tasted really good!
What really suprised me was that the staff could not care less that we where there and it took couple of minutes before they even said hi to us even if they saw us from the moment we walked in. And when we ordered our food they seemed more bothered than service minded. We didn't feel welcome at all...

Pros: Good food, nice enviorment

Cons: not so friendly staff

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Great food! - Edit

Had lunch here a couple of weeks ago. Friendly staff and a great atmosphere. Went there with 2 non-vegan friends and they loved it too! We wanted to try some different things so decided to share a salat, raw pizza, chia pudding and one of the delicious cakes! They are all highly recommended :)

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Great place! - Edit

Not sure why it's listed as a bakery - it's a proper vegan cafe and I actually only found it through Instagram, since I've always uncheck the 'stores'n'more' search in Happy Cow.
Anyway I had a acai bowl for breakfast followed by a latte (made with Oatly milk, love it!) and raw bounty bar. Everything was delicious! They have some amazing looking raw cakes which I didn't have a chance to try, but their Instagram account will make you dream about them ;)

Pros: excellent food, good coffee, acai bowls!

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Amazing Cafe! - Edit

We had the most delicious Salad and raw desserts! Super tasty really cosy atmosphere very friendly staff. I can't wait to go back :)

Pros: inside and outside seating

Cons: on toilets

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