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This place has without a doubt the best coffee in Norway. The owner is in personal contact with the coffee farmers and work with them to find good ways to farm for both good quality and to keep the soil sustainable. He also pays the farmers well, so when buying coffee here you can be sure you are…
Tim Wendelboe is a micro roastery, a coffee training centre and an espresso bar, run by World Barista Champion and World Cup Tasters Champion Tim Wendelboe. Oliver Strand of The New York Times Magazine, "feels like a neighborhood shop, but it's run like a Michelin-starred restaurant".
The best/fanciest coffee place in Oslo. You can order a tasting menu or some nice cup of cortado. They have coffee beans, books and other equipment for sale. You can also order a course in coffee-making.
“Another local favorite and another of the world's best roasters and baristas (champion in 2015)! Talk to the barista about your flavor profile and they will give you just the right roast for your taste. The space is small, window seats as well as a couple of tables. They serve baked goods from Håndverk (organic, sourdough-based, amazing!)”
“For an international dining experience. We especially recommend Hongs Bao Bao, The Cupcake & Pie Co. and Donut store, PARADIS Gelateria and Via Italia.”
“During the day it's a coffee shop, at night an amazing cocktail bar. Very cozy, friendly and intimate. ”
“Popular Italian restaurant in the urban area Grünerløkka. Villa Paradiso serves authentic Italian pizza and other Italian dishes throughout the day. In the summer they open up the seating area outside where you get a view of the city life on Grünerløkka while eating great pizza. “A great choice of authentic Italian dishes in premises that will make you dream like you are in a Italian village. Perfect for dinner or lunch!””