The Ekspedisjonshallen restaurant is a classic brasserie at Frogner and we serve food here all throughout the day. You can enjoy a range of classic dishes while marvelling at Per Krohg's stunning fresco interiors, get some work done in your mobile office, or hang out with colleagues and friends for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner! The atmosphere is cosy and relaxed, with fabulous jazz music every week played by our own house band featuring a number of amazing guest vocalists. Here the doors are always open, and we look forward to welcoming you!
Here at To Søstre ("Two Sisters"), you can look forward to Oslo's best Afternoon Tea in elegant surroundings featuring plenty of plants and natural light. It's the ideal place to enjoy a welcome timeout from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Lose yourself in the interior design inspired by Asbjørnsen & Moe's fairytale, "East of the Sun and West of the Moon", with matching tea sets by GrecoDeco and William Edwards. The name "Two Sisters" comes from the Olso Light Works project led by architects Bjercke & Eliassen.
British chef Jonathan Howell has taken all the very best of a traditional Afternoon Tea to create our own Sommero version with a twist! Our award-winning patisserie chefs Jared Jiann Lih Chuah and Aziz Muhammad have created a fabulous menu with a great combination of sweet and savoury flavours - sandwiches, scones and sweet treats - all of which can be enjoyed as finger food. The menu changes depending on the seasons and produce available. Our Champagne trolley brings you all the best that Les Cinq Filles has to offer, and guests can choose between an exciting Tipsy Tea or a wide variety of non-alcoholic beverages.
Our self-playing Steinway Grand Piano, one of the few in Norway, provides for a fabulous atmosphere with well-known songs compiled by our own music curator and jazz pianist, Maren Selvaag.
You'll find TAK Oslo right at the top of Sommero, serving Nordic and Japanese fusion cuisine created by award-winning chef Frida Ronge. TAK Oslo is the sister-restaurant of the original TAK in Stockholm. The dishes showcase Ronge's unique style that beautifully fuses the best of Nordic and Japanese culinary delights, while also celebrating the best of Norway by using seasonal, local and sustainable produce. Sit back and enjoy stunning views of Oslo, as you relish Norwegian ingredients prepared using a Japanese cooking traditions.
Izakaya is an informal streetfood and cocktail bar created by award-winning chef Frida Ronge. Situated just below TAK Oslo, Izakaya is located on the 7th floor of the hotel, offering wonderful view of Frogner, Olso, the fjord and the surrounding landscape. Stop by for a glass fo sake, a cocktail or a mocktail. Treat yourself to some delicious snacks or a full dinner, in this amazing space with an elegant restaurant adorned with interior design by the New York and London-based GrecoDeco studio.
Barramon, also situated in the Mathallen Oslo food court, is a traditional pintxos bar featuring lots of small tables and seats at the bar. Come here to try the real flavours of the Basque country. Pintxos are Basque version of Spanish tapas - delicious produce served on pieces of bread. Barramon serves a great variety of different pintxos and Spanish wines, which provides for a charming and informal hangout where guests can relish the delights of Basque culture.
Plah & Ahaan
Plah & Ahaan's Thai restaurant concept has two main features - Plah serves large tasting menus, while Ahaan offers streetfood and tasting dishes. With authentic flavours, a large bar and plenty of space for visitors, this Thai restaurant is a welcome new addition to Solli Plass!