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Some nice grocery/food shop ?

By Traveller October 4, 2016
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Some nice grocery/food shop ?

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By Nicole Traveller October 4, 2016

Where is possible to find bigger grocery shop with non Norwegian food also and good chocolate?
And if there any big open food market in Oslo?

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Go to Grønland torg
Local July 16, 2019
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The best place to get anything would be Jacobs at Majorstua. Mathallen is nice, but doesn’t have the range you get at Jacobs. There are small speciality shops like Flaneur and Fromagerie - but expect only to find meat, ham and cheese.
Local May 20, 2018
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Gronland and Storgata om Oslo
Local August 14, 2017
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Hi Nicole.

In Oslo you will find grocery shops like Meny, Ica and Ultra which has wide range of everything.
Freia chocolate is best of all. Typical Norwegian is Freia milk chocolate and Kvikk lunsj. Freia is the best of them all!

There are also food market, coffee and pizzeria at Skøyen. It is quite expencive but an option to food market.
Maschmanns food market, Karen allé 51, Skøyen, 0279 Oslo
http://maschmanns.no

Visit also Kolonihagen Bakery and Café with cozy backyard at Frogner.
Frognerveien 33, 0263 Oslo
http://kolonihagen.no
or Åpen bakery - Incognito Terrace 1, 0256 Oslo. Not far from Dronningsparken.
http://www.apentbakeri.no/inkognito-terrasse/

If you visit Holmenkollen by metro you can hop off at Vinderen station and grab a slice of best Italian pizza in Norway.
http://www.littleitaly.no
Plus there is some small boutiques at Vinderen as well and grocery shops like Ica and Rema1000.

Enjoy your visit in Oslo!
K
Local October 5, 2016
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vulkan
Local October 5, 2016
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vulkan :)
Local October 5, 2016
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For food markets I can recommend these two:
1) At Grünerløkka/Vulkan there is a food court called Mathallen: http://mathallenoslo.no/
2) We also have Maschmanns Matmarked which is a bit more outside of the city centre: http://maschmanns.no/
Local October 5, 2016
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The supermarket called Jacobs next to Majorstuen. Open market, not really sure :-)
Local October 5, 2016
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Mathallen is a great place to go to get mainly high quality food items like chocolate, ham, cheese, ++. Maschmann's at Skøyen is also a great place and Jacobs at Holtet or Majorstua is super. Flaneur is small, but have an exeptional selection of meats and cheese. If you are in ned of cheese, Fromagerie is the place.

There are a great deal more, but these are my favourites.

http://mathallenoslo.no
https://m.facebook.com/FLÂNEUR-FOOD-194204420646621/
https://jacobs.no
http://maschmanns.no
http://www.fromagerie.no



Local October 5, 2016
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Norway is sadly not big on food markets. We do have Mathallen. It's though very expensive and have turned into more of a restaurant place than a food market.

If you're looking for non Norwegian food you should try the many international shops around town. They are often cheaper than the traditional Norwegian grocery shops, and have a bigger diversity in fruit and vegetables. The best ones are located around Grønland, but you will find them shattered around all of Oslo. One of the biggest ones are Scanasia.

And for good chocolate you may go to the Norwegian grocery shops. Rema 1000, Kiwi, Meny, Coop etc. Here you will find a lot of Norwegian chocolates. Us Norwegians do at least love them.

Good luck!
Local October 5, 2016
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Mathallen is a relative (for norwegian standard) big food marked you can try. There is also a smaller one at Sten og Strøm shopping center in city senter.
Local October 5, 2016
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Hei!
Here you will find a great choice of food from different countries Lots of fruits, vegetables and spices that you don'the fint elsewhere. http://gronlandstorg.no/index.php/no/butikkene/mat-og-drikke/gronlands-torg-frukt-og-gront
There is a Farmers marked sometimes. You'll find the dates here:
http://bondensmarked.no/markedsdager/oslo-omegn-2
I do also recommend the food marked at Mathallen:
http://mathallenoslo.no/

Best Evelyn
Local October 5, 2016
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