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Mathallen Oslo, Oslo

(4.3/5 based on 360+ 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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TripAdvisor
  • Very nice place, with a lot of different local food, cheese, meat, beer, vegetables, coffee. And good food knowledge of the people working there  more »
  • A place for the whole family :) . her you will find different gourmet, from different part of the world from asian to mediterranean food , and the very norwegian fishsoup is worth a try , the asian ob...  more »
  • I went there with a group of colleagues on our last night in Oslo. It had an amazing fair like feel but loaded with only food! There were food of different cuisines and it was really difficult to choo...  more »
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  • Mathallen is a great place to visit for both tourists and locals. It's kind of like a modern food court. Great restaurants in the area. There is a real cool beer bar there which has a professional staff with lots of knowledge. There is seafood, asian, bakeries, and lots of other cool small stalls.
  • So much like this place that even do not want to advertise it! That is a truly treasure for ones who like good food and casual atmosphere. This cozy place reminds me Madrid markets!) French and Swiss cheese at 'Ma Poule' is amazing. Quite expensive, but truly hard to resist. Also you can find nice warm baguettes at French bakery and great beer choice (200-300 ones) at Hopyard! There is also Spanish tapas, Italian pizza & pasta and more other things yet I haven't tried.
  • I'm happy I don't live too close by our I'd be broke every month. Really good selection of foods. All of the restaurants are great.
  • Fun hipster collection of small restaurants. Great place for a quick bite of quality food.
  • Here's what you need to know: - This is food hall heaven. Tons of shops offering a wide array of delicacies allow you to roam, munch, drink and enjoy your way all around this place - It exists inside a giant restored exposed brick building - If you're familiar with other food hall concepts, this is reminiscent of an updated version of New York's Chelsea Market or LA's Grand Central Market