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Mathallen Oslo, Oslo

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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4.2/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Located in Vulkan, a neighborhood just outside of central Oslo, Mathallen Oslo represents a market hall filled with restaurants, specialty shops, vendors, and cafes. Walk the rows to browse fish, various meats, coffee, fresh vegetables, and organic goods. In addition to local Norwegian foods, you'll also find imported products here. The food court offers Norwegian, Spanish, Italian, and other European cuisines. Consider picking up some fixings for your next day's meal while you are here. Our Oslo family vacation planner makes visiting Mathallen Oslo and other Oslo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Quaint little place. Mathallen Oslo, a modern farmers market with good food. This place is more of a fancy foodie hangout as opposed to a place to buy food and bring home to prepare at home. I sampled...  read more »
  • We lived close to the market Hall, so that we have visited more often. Only to look, then food and finally to edible souvenirs to buy. The market hall offers something for everyone. The common dining area in the middle of the Hall is beautifully implemented. We tried sushi and the fishmonger the mussels. Highly recommended and made worthy of the price.
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  • There are many options for lunch or dinner. All delicious and moderate price for what you can find in Norway. Go to not be regret!
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  • Awesome! Great local specialties and many places under one roof. Not as expensive as you might think. Kinda like a foodie heaven. All food is crafted with great care, using very high quality ingredients. Really a hidden gem.
  • Major letdown. Nothing more than a fancy marketplace with fancy prices. Advertise with "summer fridays" on their website being an outdoor event. Well there was nothing there. First of all the location on the map on their website was wrong and there was nothing going on in the streets. Have visited two other "market halls" in Berlin and Amsterdam and both were a 1000 times better. Waste of time going here.
  • Great little food market in trendy area of Oslo. Good selection of small markets and restaurants, some with outdoor seating. Closes early (8pm) and was fairly slow at 6:30 -7:00 on a Friday night. Interesting and cute atmosphere but not really hustling and bustling.
  • Love this place, great for getting ingredients for those special dinners. Try annis butcher or gutta på Haugen
  • big food court, similar to chelsea market in nyc. lots of options from sushi, tapas, asian, oysters, pasta, etc... lots of fresh cheese and meats as well.
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