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Cafe Celsius Tips (4)

Cafe Celsius: In the corner of a pretty square

We had lunch in this cafe twice and both times were very happy with our meals. The first time we had a table outside in the square, which was very nice, but on the second visit we chose one in the cafe's small courtyard, which was even better - quieter, without any traffic, and with a lovely small fountain.

Favorite Dish The nicest thing I ate here was an open sandwich with smoked salmon and guacamole which cost 120 NK - not too expensive by local standards. On our second visit I had a salad with Serrano ham which was nearly as nice, and my husband rated his open tuna mayo sandwich too.

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Jul 29, 2006

Krishna's Cuisine: Cheapest and Healthiest Buffet in town

By the time I was in Norway, my friend and I were really starting to miss the spicy Straits cuisine we have at home. We were delighted to find this little Indian eatery that offers the cheapest buffet in town. For N75 per person, we ate the delicious basmati rice, vegatable curries and papadums till our bellies were full.

Favorite Dish The papadums ( rice crackers ) are salty and fried to a crispy delight.

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Mar 01, 2004

Cafe Celsius: Low-key yet Historic Beer Garden

A good place for a cold one on a hot day, the Cafe Celsius is relatively inexpensive by local standards, and features satisfying beverages and light eats. It's in the courtyard of the Anatomig?rden, one of the oldest buildings in Oslo and at one time home of the University's medical faculty. Was Dr. Celsius ever here? I don't know that.

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Sep 07, 2003

Cafe Celsius: Great hot spot

Surrounded by historic buildings and with good service, everything is laid back here. Come relax, enjoy some unpretentious food and have a good time. One of the nicest in Christiania Torv.

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Museet for Samtidskunst

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Stortinget - Goverment Building

An impressive building I came across, was Parliament House. NO, dull grey buildling here, but a stylish yellow brick building! I was here at a sad time, only a week after a right-wing extremist set...
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Karl Johansgate

This is the main street in Oslo, connecting the Central Oslo Station (famous as Oslo S) and The Royal Palace. Except the shops and the nice architechture buildings, the street includes many of Oslo's...
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Domkirke Church

Although consecrated in 1697, Oslo's Cathedral has been rebuilt and renovated numerous times. Its tower was rebuilt in 1850, while its interior was renovated soon after the end of WWII. Notable...
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Norway's Resistance Museum

Forsvarsmuseet or Norway´s Resistance museum shows military history in Norway since the Viking times until now. This museum was opened in 1978 and is located in a building from 1860 which used to be...
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City Hall

Oslo's enormous City Hall (Rådhuset) is undoubtedly one of the city's great landmarks. This imposing square building, built of concrete faced with brick, was designed by Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus...
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Getting to Cafe Celsius


Rådhusgata 19


  • Sunday 12:00 to 22:00
  • Monday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Friday 11:30 to 23:00
  • Saturday 11:30 to 23:00