When you’re in Oslo for business, we know your time is limited. So we’ve found these places worthy of a business lunch or meeting over dinner.
It’s not always easy finding a nice place for business lunches and dinners that’ll suit your needs. Whether it’s about finding Wi-Fi connection, a place that offers quick service or has a quiet dining area for business meetings, here are some of the places we’d recommend for your next bite in town.
Style: Chinese Online reservation: Yes
Photo: Dinner Bar & Restaurant
If you’d like to experience Chinese food as it should be experienced, this is a very good choice. A formidable reputation for authentic Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine and the food to prove it.
Style: Seafood Online reservation: Yes
Photo: Louise Restaurant & Bar
Located in an old machine shop this restaurant is influenced by its history. The food is influenced by the sea and local produce. Eat here and feel inspired for your next meeting.
Style: French Online reservation: Yes, by e-mail
Photo: Brasserie France
This classic French brasserie will take you on a journey to Paris the minute you walk in the door. Quiche Lorraine, onion soup and snails, all the classics are on the menu. The selection of good wines also makes for a great place to head with clients.
Style: Japanese Online reservation: Yes
Photo: Kai Øveraasen
For an adventurous night out, this is traditional Japanese with a fine dining twist. Locally produced ingredients and innovative plating. Japan and Norway in a perfect mix!
Style: Scandinavian/Norwegian Online reservation: Yes, by request
Want to impress your clients or partners with something new? This has a Michelin star and everything that goes with it. The menu will be crafted from scratch each day and will have many delightful surprises. Best of all, it’s located only a 3-minute walk from Clarion Collection® Hotel Bastion.
Style: Modern/classic Online Reservation: Yes
This is a place with a view. A true classic among the Oslo restaurants circuit and also known as a good spot for events of different kinds. The menu is based on whatever is available in the region and is a mix of classic and modern dishes.
There is no shortage of great places to dine for lunch and dinner in Oslo. Just be sure to choose in advance to make sure you have a seat. Then after a long day of doing business and eating out, the best part is heading straight back to the hotel without having to do any dishes. Here’s our hotels in Oslo.