Most of Norway’s cuisine is typical ‘hearty European’ fare, meat with potatoes and some interesting fish dishes - ‘Lutefisk’ is one of the most famous dishes, a piece of white fish softened with water and lye and then grilled & served with bacon, peas, potato and mustard. Eating out in Oslo can get expensive, so pick your restaurants carefully - in the central area you’ll be looking at 50 € minimum for a meal at a mid ranging restaurant. Grønland is the best area to eat out cheaply, or you can always head to the supermarket and cook for yourself. Oslo also fairly affordable bakeries dotted all over the place, great for grabbing a bite while you’re on the go. Drinking is equally expensive here, during warmer weather locals flock to Oslo’s parks with coolers and barbecues, this can be great way to kick off an evening whilst saving a few pennies.