Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Lunch restaurants in Oslo and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Engebret Café thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat D/S Louise, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Lunch.

Beach Club

This classic American burger joint, which is located at Oslo's waterfront shopping area Aker Brygge, serves burgers, fries, and other American eats. It is attractive to a wide range of people, including families, shoppers, and the business...  Read More

Central Oslo
Café Europa

This informal and cozy café offers a continental atmosphere that features brown leather and glass screens to separate the booths, along with old black and white photographs from all over Europe. National Day is everyday here. Lunch and dinner...  Read More

Café Celsius

Located in the middle of Kvadraturen (Old Town), this simple café has witnessed a lot of history. The light menu features sandwiches and a selection of pasta and Mediterranean dishes. Meals are served with homemade bread. Enjoy outdoor seating in the summer.

Central Oslo

This reliable downtown restaurant serves Norwegian country cooking, cafeteria style. Everyday specials include soup and an entrée, with vegetarian dishes available. Sample the kjøttkaker (meat cakes), a Norwegian staple, served with creamed...  Read More

Central Oslo

Located in the Continental Hotel, this Vienna-style restaurant has been a rendezvous for artists since it opened in 1900. It has also been listed by the "New York Times" as one of the world's ten most celebrated restaurants. The cuisine is...  Read More

Restaurant Det Gamle Raadhus

Located in Oslo's former Town Hall, which dates to 1641, this spacious dining room features traditional Norwegian seafood and game specialties. Lutefisk, a Scandinavian dish made from dried fish that has been soaked in lye and then poached in...  Read More

Central Oslo
Ett Glass

Located near the bottom of Rosenkrantz, this trendy, post modern-style café serves a light but varied menu that features a selection of exotic dishes. Ett Glass is popular with both locals and travelers alike.

Central Oslo

Located in the Paleet shopping area, this upscale museum-like restaurant was once the premier hangout for famous authors. The menu includes excellent, traditional Norwegian seafood and game dishes, such as grilled filet of redfish and scallops...  Read More

Central Oslo
Dionysos Taverna

This friendly and inviting tavern features a genuine family-like Greek atmosphere. Share the hors d'oeuvre platter, which includes stuffed grape leaves, meatballs, feta cheese, tomatoes, and cucumbers. Entrées include gastra manis (a northern...  Read More

Central Oslo
Coco Chalet

This French-style café/brasserie features an exciting menu with dishes from every corner of the earth. They are well known for their delicious homemade cakes and pies as well as for their use of incredibly fresh ingredients. The lively and...  Read More