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Frognerseteren Tips (7)

Frognesteren: In the Marka

Built in 1909, with the national romantic style . The views of Oslo from the restaurant were spectacular from every table. The intimate Restaurant Finstua is serves lunch from noon until 2 PM. Dinner is served from 3:30 except Sundays when dinner starts at 1:00. Reservations were a must.

Initially, they got the game and fish delivered directly to our doorstep by the hunter and fishermen themselves. The kitchen could unfold themselves with fresh ingredients directly from nature. The chefs follow old Norwegian food traditions. The staff in the kitchen has taken up the old preparation methods such as salting, smoking and pickling of food, commonly used to preserve the food during winter. To prepare the food from scratch gives inspiration and developed creativity to combine the old and the modern kitchen.

The menu changes seasonally because the kitchen picks the best of what the nature can offer.

Favorite Dish Fish, reindeer and cheese.

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Jul 13, 2015

Frognerseteren: The porsche restaurant in Oslo's prosche area

A typical Norwegian buffet restaurant on top a ski resort. There are nice houses all over the slopes until the city center.
From the restaurant, you may see the panorama of Oslo city.

The food was also tasty, but very expensive. You need more than 30 euro to eat a meal, including a plate, one muffin and a softdrink.

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Jan 06, 2006

Frognerseteren: Rudolph under a thatched roof

I had my trusty Ric Steves travel guide in hand. Although I know its basically for tourists, I wanted to have grilled reindeer for dinner one evening while in Norway. Ric Steves said you could get Rudolph under a thatched roof at Frognerseteren. So we ventured off to find the restaurant at Frognerseteren. However like everywhere else in Oslo the menu was very expensive. Reindeer would have cost approximately $35-$40 American dollars. I just could not see paying that much for a lunch. So instead I settled for sliced leg of lamb and some delicious stewed vegetables for about half the price of the reindeer. I may be a tourist but I have to keep a budget.

Favorite Dish The speciality here is their hot apple pie. It was wonderful. I would recommend it to finish off you dinner or lunch.

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Apr 20, 2005

Frognerseteren: For a romantic winter evening...

This restaurant but it's very expensive and romantic too!!!
As u can see there was a lot of foggy and it was also dark, so I'll try to take a better pic during my next trip :))
About the restaurant:
typical norwegian food,
rooms made of wood, so nice:)))

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Jul 30, 2003
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Frognerseteren: Frognerseteren

a great traditional norwegian restaurant.. a bit expensive though..the atmosphere is old norwegian..prepare a menu mirroring the close relationship to nature and the Norwegian Cuisine

you can also find a cafe here and baquet and congress fascilities

Aug 25, 2002

Frogneseteren restaurant with...

Frogneseteren restaurant with a good vieuw over Oslo city, famous for applecake with creame.
Take your meal in front of the fireplace. Old wooden building takes you back 200 years. Lot of romance if you bribg your dear-one.

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Aug 24, 2002

Frognerseteren is one of the...

Frognerseteren is one of the oldest restaurants in Oslo, I believe it has been in operation for over two hundred years!. I walked from the Ski Tower jump to this restaurant, it was about a fifteen minutes walk.
The Cafe and restaurant Frognerseteren is on a hillside overlooking Oslo and the fjord.

Favorite Dish I only had a sandwich and a drink, but the view from here is spectacular.

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Things to Do Near Frognerseteren

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Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology

First off, this is not a museum for just kids. I believe the people who have been disappointed in this way have lost their curiosity and sense of learning. I find it hard to believe that if you really...
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Gamle Aker Church

This is Oslo's oldest church. It was built in 1080 by king Olav Kyrre as the national church. The last edition, the tower, dates from 1861. It's a 15 minute walk for the Karl Johans gate to the...
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Royal Palace

Located high up on the northwest end of Karl Johansgate, the Norwegian Royal Palace, built in 1825, dominates the cityscape. Although the impressive 173-room building is not open to the public,...
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Oscarshall was buildt in the 1850's for King Oscar. The castle belongs to the state now after it was sold by the royal family. It is still at disposal for the royal family and how much they use it...
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National Gallery

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Inaugurated in 1899, the Oslo National Theatre (Nationaltheatret in Norwegian) was designed by the local architect Henrik Bull in a mix of Neoclassical and Baroque styles using brick and stone. The...
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Getting to Frognerseteren


Holmenkollvn. 200, 0791 Oslo


  • Sunday 11:00 to 21:00
  • Monday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Wednesday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Thursday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Friday 11:00 to 22:00
  • Saturday 11:00 to 22:00