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Mathallen Oslo

Vulkan 5, Oslo 0178, Norway
+47 400 01 209
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Mathallen Oslo is venue for unique culinary experiences with the very best of Norwegian and international food, people and atmosphere. A place where culinary traditions meet the newest food trends. A meeting place for building knowledge and creating inspiration through activities, competitions and experiences. A trading place based on love and respect for fresh produce, with dedicated,proud and service-oriented employees. And with a range of products based on unique ingredients and exciting concepts. Mathallen has over thirty special outlets and/or eateries (most are both) and social meeting places with food-related activities,courses and conferences. Mathallen Oslo is for everyone. From the curious novice, to the aspiring chef. In Mathallen everyone will find inspiration in a generous and pleasant atmosphere. Mathallen Oslo is a center for Norwegian food culture - celebrating the joy of good food!
  • Excellent43%
  • Very good47%
  • Average6%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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“food hall” (20 reviews)
“food market” (12 reviews)
“asian tapas” (6 reviews)
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Hours Today: 08:00 - 01:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Vulkan 5, Oslo 0178, Norway
+47 400 01 209
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Went there for lunch. It has a variety of foods, from bakery to Latin street food! Being vegetarian we did get choices. There are a few places to get beer and other drinks as well!

Thank Brin19
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I absolutely LOVE visiting food halls and Mathallen was no exception to this, a fantastic venue to try lots of Norwegian produce including cheese, meats, fish, poultry, chutneys, crackers and chocolate. Many of the places let you try samples without having to buy which is...More

Thank oatsandcheesecake
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Good selection of traditional foods and lots of delicious fresh ingredients if you want to prepare dinner from scratch. We stopped for tapas and wine after some meetings and I am glad we did!

Thank Diana S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

There are so many tasty-looking options, but the two times I've gone I always end up at Ma Poule for their duck confit sandwich. It's delicious and one of the best deals in Oslo. Also, the area around Mathallen is lovely. It's a nice area...More

Thank Mike G
Reviewed 22 May 2017

After reading and seeing all covering of this "food hall" we strolled through it, since we could see it from our room at Scandic Vulkan. It was a fantastic place with shops, reaturants, bars and pubs! Looked like "real quality food" lying in the open...More

Thank Kurt R
Reviewed 19 May 2017

If you enjoy food and small markets (Think Pike's Place in Seattle), then this is the place to go and enjoy yourself for lunch and food shopping.

Thank briggscampbell
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Filled with good atmosphere, beautifully designed interior and good selction of food/beers/wine etc. Would recommend visiting this place for a cold beer, or some wine and cheese/hams. Or you could eat lunch at Noodle, which serves authentic ramen with 24h braised pork. Either way you...More

Thank Sølve R
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

If we were staying in Oslo for a month instead of just a couple of days, this bright, well-signposted market cum upscale food court is where I'd stock the fridge. Cheese, produce, meat and seafood...it's all tempting and fresh. As it was, we only had...More

Thank Gelatifan
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Mathallen is like a food court with many restaurants and shops serving a wide range of cuisines. From sushi to raw fish, burgers to steaks, desserts to macarons, there is a little something to suit almost any palate. Try the moose burger at Scandinavia -...More

Thank Sunilkir
Reviewed 25 April 2017

We enjoyed hanging out here, seeing what food and drinks were on offer and people watching. We ate at Noodles, and really enjoyed the delicious steamed bun with tofu, vegetarian dumplings and vegetarian tempura sushi. The staff were really friendly and seemed to be having...More

Thank Rachel W
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My husband and I love food tours. We are flying into Oslo on the morning of 11 Jun and arriving at 9:30 AM at Oslo airport. Would there be enough time for my husband and I to get to the food tour on time at 1100 or could we meet the tour at about 1130? We are staying at the Hotel Continental, Oslo. We depart Oslo on the morning of 14 Jun so will not have any other opportunity for this tour. Please advise
22 March 2016|
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Response from Navywife1979 |
Thank you for the information. We have decided it's too tight on time to make this tour. Maybe next time we visit Oslo?