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First Review by Illuminatio

A wonderful treat for the right customer - Edit

Spisestedet has been around for several decades, and the chef-in-charge is a gentle Anglophile who is a dedicated idealist, offering ecological food at unbelievable prices (for Norway, at least). The food is always very tasty, and you can choose from a surprisingly extensive menu.

However, potential visitors should know that Spisestedet is located in a squat building that definitely has it charm, but which is also quite rundown. If this is no bother to you, you'll be hard pressed to find a better vegetarian diner in Oslo. All of the food is organic, and most of it is vegan. A little-known gem which you might find yourself returning to again and again!

Pros: 100 % Organic, Great prices, Varied menu

Cons: Ambience


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Occupied house - Edit

There are 3 occupied houses in Oslo that I know of and all of them have a vegetarian place. Spisestedet is one of these 3. So the athmospere is anarcistic and relaxed as you would expect in a place like this. Good food by the way, (this is off one of the poshest streets in Oslo, so they occupied in the right area).

Pros: relaxed, surprisilngly big menu

Cons: Do you like dogs? I like their dog.


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