Oslo is an expensive city even by London standards. You would therefore expect one of its best restaurants, boasting a Michelin star, to be pricey. It is. It may be vulgar to discuss money especially in the context of such a fine establishment but if you are thinking of going here, be prepared to drop GBP250 for a "basic" meal for two with a couple of glasses of wine each. There is a long tasting menu at GBP190 a head with matching wines another GBP165 a head - expense account territory for most visitors. Shorter tasting menus at between GBP100 and 120 a head are available but we liked the look of the a la carte. And the food is sensational. I had salmon and squid to start and fillet of duck for my main. My wife had crayfish then monkfish. There were delicate amuse bouches before and between the courses. Everything was exquisitely presented and the flavours were individually and collectively outstanding. I had a pudding - hazelnut bavarois - which was a work of art with tiny brownies, chocolate leaves, jelly fruits and two small scoops of delicious ice cream. The staff are charmingly knowledgeable. Explaining this standard of cuisine in English would be difficult for a native speaker let alone in a second language, but they did so unflinchingly. The chef himself appeared to ladle the sauce onto my wife's entree. In short, if you can afford it, go!
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