Oslo’s culinary scene is booming, and has now become a culinary destination on the rise. With a vast range of vibrant restaurants, trendy coffee shops, food courts with national and international food, and local street food; Oslo has a lot to offer for food lovers. The best way to explore Oslo’s culinary scene is on foot. Our guides are happy to show you the insider tips to enjoy local food. Examples of what you might taste during the tour can be fresh shrimps, local apple juice, Norwegian cheese, cured ham, hot dogs, cinnamon buns, ice cream, a Norwegian take on Cola and more. What you will be served might change according to seasons and availability.
If you enjoy beer, Oslo is a hub of micro-breweries and pubs where you can taste the local brews. We can also book a 60-minute beer tasting where a beer specialist will tell you more about the different types of beer and about the Norwegian beer revolution from the Vikings until today. Or how about a stop to taste Norwegian Aquavit?
Through the whole day you will get a thorough understanding of Norwegian history, culture, tradition and food. The recommended time for a Foodie walking tour is approximately 5 hours and can be altered and customized according to your wishes.
All participants walk at their own risk and waive any liability claims against Oslo Guidebureau AS, its owner, employees, and tour guides for any loss, damage, injury etc. All participants are responsible for their own travel insurance. By purchasing the tour, you affirm that you have fully understood and agree to these Terms and Conditions, Waiver and Release of Liability.