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Mathallen Oslo, Oslo

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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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A majority of Oslo's hotels and smaller accommodations cluster along Karl Johans Gate, the city's main drag connecting many of its downtown attractions. If you want something a bit more colorful than the average hotel, consider one of the many bed and breakfasts that have been cropping up in recent years. To escape the crowded streets, but still be walking distance from major sights, stay in the Frogner or Majorstuen neighborhoods near the royal palace. As you can probably guess, lodging is quite expensive in this European capital.
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  • Good selection of traditional foods and lots of delicious fresh ingredients if you want to prepare dinner from scratch. We stopped for tapas and wine after some meetings and I am glad we did!  more »
  • There are so many tasty-looking options, but the two times I've gone I always end up at Ma Poule for their duck confit sandwich. It's delicious and one of the best deals in Oslo. Also, the area around...  more »
  • After reading and seeing all covering of this "food hall" we strolled through it, since we could see it from our room at Scandic Vulkan. It was a fantastic place with shops, reaturants, bars and pubs!...  more »
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  • Great chill/hipster vibe! So many different types of food to choose from, with great seating in a nice, spacious wooden hall. Beautiful place to visit, even just to look around and maybe grab an ice cream!
  • Nice food stall market the kind you get everywhere today. Good access to international and also local produce and quite busy as well. If you are into gourmeting around , do not miss
  • Very cool indoor space with different food and deli stalls dotted around the place. We tried the moose burger and shrimp salad on toast at Skandinavia. The moose burger was delicious and the service was great! The bakery was amazing as well
  • It's in a great location, the food are great and it has many stands to choose where and what you want to eat. For me I only go to a one place in the market the seafood stand. My husband goes to deferent places in the market just to try what is good food stand to go to. So far he love the Pizza the most on the right side as soon as you go inside the Market.
  • Loads og nice shops and restaurants. The best place to buy food to make at home, take-aways, or as eat-inns.