We walked all the way over for a tasty decaf coffee, so our disappointment was big when we were told 'no decaf'. This coffee shop can learn from real coffee shops in Vienna, Venice and so many other examples.
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A little on the pricey side by Oslo's coffeeshop standards but it was worth it. The Americano was the best we had in Oslo and I don't know what the cinnamon knot pastry was called that I had for breakfast but it rocked! Best thing...More
Stockfleth's is a small coffee shop located in downtown Oslo. It is cozy, the location is convenient & central, the coffees are good and the small bites tasty. But there is nothing special radiating from that place. A coffee shop among others.
Really good coffee, but expensive. Friendly staff. Nice atmosphere. They also sell coffee beans, brewing equipment and other stuff that coffee lovers would need
Recommended by Oslo Citybox as the place to get breakfast, their pastries are really good and prices reasonable. It's a modern coffee shop with a nice atmosphere.
After enduring a cup of awful coffee over breakfast in my hotel, I was desperate for a decent cup. A quick google showed this cafe to be a short walk away. They didn't do flat whites but the americano I had was excellent, as was...More
Cafe latte was the best I ever had (and I lived in Italy...) and croissants were pretty good. The service was quite efficient and there is a free wifi. However, on Saturday, it opens at 10...
A very consistent option. We had coffee and pastries here and on a number of occasions found it to be very good each time. The staff is also very thoughtful and considerate.