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One of Oslo's BEST pizza and great ambiance! Remember to book a table - it's very popular.
This is the place you have to go. It offers an unique Norwegian pizza experience. Ask for the Reindeer carpaccio pizza.
“Beautiful manor house fully furnished with items from the years 1750-1850. Bogstad is located in a romantic Norwegian landscape reminiscent of an English garden, and has been home to many prominent people. The manor's animals include cows, sheep, pigs, goats, chickens and rabbits. The grounds also include a play area for children, walking trails, a café, a historic park and changing exhibitions in the lobby. Guided tours Tours of the museum are available between mid-May and mid-September. Group tours are available upon request all year. Free entry to the area - the fees here apply to the guided tours.”
“The ice cream shop and crêperie Gioia (Italian for 'joy') is located in the street Eckersbergs gate in Frogner. It's run by Frenchman Pierre Espic and his wife Higinia d'Agrossi-Espic. Pierre makes all the ice cream himself, and proudly presents his newest creations to anyone who asks. This is the place to try Oslo’s best crêpes, both sweet and savoury. You can have your ice cream or crêpe inside or outside, or as take-away if you prefer that.”
“Wine and liquor is sold only in state-owned stores in Norway. Here is the closest one.”
“I usually buy bread from this cafe/bakery. They bake it themselves and it's always good. About 40NOK.”