What is an Instagram feed without tempting and perfectly garnished food or beautiful drinks? It looks like the trend of sharing our gastronomic experiences is here to stay, and the food might also taste a little bit better if it looks amazing. Marielle Frank started the group Hey Girl! Oslo in 2016 when she moved to the city with the purpose to get a new social network. She believes the Norwegian capital has a lot of SoMe friendly food to offer.
– If I dare to share some of my hidden gems, it would have to be to bring a rhubarb slush from Anne På Landet while walking through the wonderful Frognerparken, enjoy a glass of wine and a nice chat at the wine and gin bar Territoriet or eat your way through Oslo’s largest cake buffet at Å kafé og bar every Sunday from 12.00 to 4.00 pm.
Dining tips in Oslo
Kumi, Schweigaards gate 56A
Vegetarian and vegan food with an allergy friendly menu and sustainable packaging for take away. Here you can order breakfast, lunch or brunch all day – especially try out their great oatmeal, breakfast taco or avocado toast. There is something for every taste!
Eckers, Eckersbergs gate 41
Sandwiches, toast, salads and burritos, smoothies and yummy juices. You’ll find Eckers at Frogner and the food looks as good as it tastes. This should for sure get your Instagram picture a bunch of likes!
Ben Reddik, Leirfallsgata 6
Taste delicious Middle Eastern cuisine made from pure, sustainable ingredients at Grünerløkka – one of Oslo’s most trendy and young districts. The restaurant is quite popular so you should consider booking a table in advance.