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Pascal Oslo: Goog cake perhaps but bad and unpolite hospitality
I want to denunce a bad episode happened on 14th of August 2011 in the afternoon with the blond guy that manage the caffeteria that in a very unpolite way ask me if i wanted something for free when i was asking for a cake to buy. It was very unpleasant to be marked as a "clochard" while i was with my wife and my sons. Stay away!
Pascals: Perfection to the smallest detail
Many know of Pascal's bakery, and it too is superb, however; every quality of the bakery that distinguishes it from among the literally dozens of others in Oslo, is carried over into their kitchen. To the smallest detail, their food preparation could not be better. Pascal's on Drammensveien is on a corner, with large windows, open seating, and more than enough space among the tables that it is entirely possible to be there when it is packed, and yet have an intimate dinner. Above all, it is Pascal's extraordinary kitchen that should draw you there for a meal.
Favorite Dish: When in Oslo, do as the Norwegians do....and order fish. I am an easy fall for Cod and had it baked at Pascal's. Slightly salted on one side, baked just to the point where it flaked...slightly....it was still just firm...on the rare side, if I am to the point. Root vegetables were firm and had texture, seasoned as they should be. It would have been so easy to ruin the dish, but instead, Pascal excelled with these tricky ingredients that demand attention in their preparation phase to return to the customer a delightful experience.
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Pascal: Delicious cakes and good lunch/dinner place
Pascal is a well-known restaurant among Norwegians, most famous for delicious, wonderful cakes displayed in the window along with colorful macaroons and homemade sorbet.
This review is of the restaurant in Henrik Ibsens gate(the old name is Drammensveien), situated just left of the Royal castle.
I've been there twice and once I just had a delicious piece of cake, and the other time we had lunch, but it's a popular place to eat dinner a la carte as well. Lunch is served 10-17 on weekdays, and 12-17 on Sundays. You will find a selection of hot and cold dishes such as Caesar salad, Quiche, homemade burger and fish soup. Prices very between 115 NOK and 178 NOK. Three course dinner is 385 NOK, and five course 560 NOK, but there's a selection of small dishes as well (110 -160 NOK)
The restaurant is white, clean, with a modern and minimalistic decor - maybe a little cold. The service is great and professional. The only thing I didn't like was the paper table cloth when we had lunch.
If you want a memory or a piece of Pascal to bring home you can buy chocolates, petit fours, tea cakes, macaroons and jam from their own brand.
Favorite Dish: I am a fan of their cakes with high-quality chocolate and other ingredients, and the lunch is great as well - I like the Caesar salad! I'll probably come back for cakes, dessert and lunch!
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Pascal Konditori: The place for you dessert
If you are after a good, sorry strike that, great dessert place. Then look no further. Pascal is a culinary experience. But be advised, this is not the place for a tight budget.
Favorite Dish: As long as it is a cake ;)
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