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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. Put Mathallen Oslo on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Oslo tour itinerary builder site .
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  • Awesome place to try a range of food! We ate at a fish restaurant and I had fish soup and it was amazing and reasonable in price for fish! Salmon, cod and mussels in a soup! Fresh as... Good wines too...  more »
  • Market and gastronomic Centre where you can find local food in sushi restaurants in Italian don't miss c is place for seating for everyone and it's very neat Vulkan district also a treat inside of Oslo
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  • After what to have eaten and after 2 museums, very hungry. On the way to Oslo reptiles museum along the Math all (the Oslo version of the market Hall in Rotterdam or that of Madrid). Very nice tents, in the afternoon, it was quiet, quietly watch everywhere and could figure out something delicious. Tip: If there are free tables in the middle of market hall then eat as take away take away and eat there, then you can still eat together while each eat something else!!
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  • Some easy and good food. Service level is nearly at the right level for each shop. I could expect more attractive prices
  • Good variety of food and drinks. Often a bit expensive, also when you consider that you sit in a food court and not a quite place. But nice to go through and buy food for home.
  • Typical Norge looking place where you can eat and drink almost anything. This place is made from a old factory so beware not to expect hi-end tech interior. Cool for explore :)
  • Overpriced food served in small portions. I eat in 3 different places in Mathallen, wasn't impressed with neither the taste neither the size. Supporting local farmers and small scale food producers by giving them space is nice but I still would rather cook at home.
  • Indoor market with several food stands, and restaurants. If you've ever been to Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia, this place is similar, but smaller. If you like beer, be sure to check out Hopyard, great selection of beers on tap. Warning to vegetarians, your food options are limited (as of Oct 2017) to two food stands: a pizza place and an Asian noodle place.

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