Nice and cosy restaurant. I felt like at home there. Good food, nice staff and reasonable prices. Possible to sit outside and Oslo in july is quiet warm and cosy.
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A petite little restaurant with a covered heated sidewalk section. We tried the tomato salad, onion soup and garlic scampi for starters. All were good, but not fancy. For mains we had lasagna and chicken fettuccine. Both were hot and tasty. Again I would say...More
We had planned to have lunch at a newer Place in the neighbourhood, but it had closed Down. So then we went to Cafe Elise where we can trust that they are open as they have had for many, many years. It is very popular...More
Good, honorable and average meals, reasonably priced. I had a Spanish omelette for lunch, prepared earlier or readymade, and heated in a micro oven. The service is friendly and sufficient. This cafe is quite unpretentious and well worth visiting if you don't have high expectations,...More
This was the first place we ate in Norway and it set the tone for the rest of a fabulous weekend. After traveling it was exactly what we needed. Quick service and quality food. As we were there for lunch the portions were smaller and...More
This is a nice little French style bistro on a residential street. This is very much a local restaurant. Food is good but unless you are in the area it is probably not worth making a special trip
Love this local cafe, great seats in the afternoon with the sunny outdoor seating. Very friendly staff & French atmosphere where young and old meets. This is a little pearl where you feel hidden away but still right in the heart of action.
Elise is where locals go to have lunch or early dinner when they cant bother to cock at home themselves. It is wholly unpretentious. Quite a few of the regulars are elderly; it is a popular but not not trendy place. That too is one...More