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Gluten Free in Oslo

As with most of Scandinavia, menus are labeled, but here are three gems we found in Oslo.

Billie’s Kitchen, Valkyrigata 3 had an amazing deli menu. You order at the counter, then find a table. We had spicy shrimp, and shared three vegetable/salad dishes. Really good! Two people with a very filling dinner ran around $42. We found this when we didn’t get off Tram 12 when we should have, and decided to look for a wine store once we realized we should exit. Really great find! Tucked into a little hallway that opens into a mall.

We were at the National Museum and it was raining, so we decided to check out their restaurant, and were pleasantly surprised. Main course was gluten free- roasted chicken cooked in a morel sauce, served on a bed of French lentils. It wasn’t cheap (can’t remember price, but it was less expensive than many restaurants but more than food hall prices) and it was a wonderful lunch.

We went to a fish restaurant the hotel recommended. The restaurant felt I shouldn’t eat there as there was such a great cross-contamination risk. They sent us to Oslo Street Food, Torggata 16, walking distance from Thon Hotel Terminus (which had incredible gluten-free breakfast options!). Many healthy options less expensive than sit down restaurants , including Poke bowls with salmon and Thai food. Trendy, fun vibe.

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