Work your way around Oslo’s culinary haunts on this 4-hour food walking tour led by a food-loving local guide. Casting the spotlight firmly on New Nordic food, the tour takes you to a tempting array of food stops at the cutting edge of trendy Scandinavian cuisine. Sample delicious craft beer, nibble on creamy cheese from small-scale dairies, try local selfmade honey and knekkebrod, and trial run other Norwegian specialties. Numbers are limited to 12 people on this small-group tour so you can enjoy personalized attention from your guide.
Meet your guide outside the Chocolate Store called Freia on Carl Johan Street, for your walk around the city's culinary haunts and hotspots. The city’s cuisine has a strong maritime theme and is now a foodie hot spot thanks to what’s known as New Nordic cuisine — food that revolves around nature, purity, freshness and simplicity.Next, enjoy a peaceful walk in the city and together with the guide explore some of those hidden corners of Oslo that you might have a hard time finding. The guide will give you a taste of Norwegian typical dessert and together will walk along towards our food market. Walk to some the city’s lesser-known areas and head for Mathallen, a covered market stuffed with food stands selling Norwegian and international produce. Enjoy some dishes aplenty as you browse the stalls, including rich local cheese made by small-scale producers. Pause at the raw food specialist Bondens Butikk to try Norwegian cured meat.After around four hours, finish your tour in a micro-brewery /Bar where you’ll sample three craft beers and look around its quaint production facility.Please advise if you are a vegetarian of have food allergies. Once the tour has begun, tastings cannot be changed.