Advantages Tasty homely food, moderate price for Oslo, easy to choose
Disadvantages No atmosphere, still expensive for what it is, no choice of vegetables
“Kaffistova” was a recommendation in our “Berlitz Guide to Oslo”. It was listed as a cheaper option, a fact that appealed to us immensely. I’m usually willing to splash out on good food, but Oslo is so expensive (by British standards) that even a sandwich can easily cost you about £9.00. Kaffistova is a cafeteria style restaurant in that the food is pre-cooked and kept warm in glass counters; on my travels in the former Soviet Union this proved to be an excellent arrangement on many occasions, when my Russian language skills fell short of the required standard. In Norway this isn’t really an ...
52 of 52 Ciao users found the following review helpful
Advantages Oslo Pass discount. Traditional Norwegian food. Canteen-style restaurant. Friendly, Clean, Tasty
Disadvantages Not an english speaking server-aren't I awful?!
Oslo I have not travelled much in my years and it was a conscious decision I made one New Years Eve to try very hard to find a way to travel somewhere new in the world every so often. I have a real preoccupation with the Nordic countries and had set my heart on going to one of them on last years jaunt. My partner and I decided that we would go together on a short-break to Oslo, the reason being simply that I do have to travel as much on a shoestring as I can, and we were able to get very cheap flights out to Oslo Rygge airport with Ryanair from Stansted- I was a bit nervous however at how ...