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7 amazing pizza restaurants in Oslo

Crisp base, cheese and delicious toppings. Oslo delivers when it comes to pizza. Here's our selection of pizza places.

At Vinoteket you can get a pizza and a great glass of wine.

Vinoteket

None better, none equal, say Oslo's hardened pizza lovers. Vinoteket promises naturally leavened, airy pizzas with a crisp crust plus delicious seasonal toppings. Anchovies, crab, veal, mushrooms and even Norwegian fermented trout, are just some of the toppings they serve on pizzas here. And of course, you can also order vegetarian toppings. Enjoy your pizza with a fantastic glass of wine, for as then name indicates, Vinoteket is also a brilliant wine bar. Vinoteket regularly organizes events that revolve around wine.

Vinoteket

Henrik Ibsens gate 60a, 0255 Oslo

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Pizza with reindeer carpaccio and pomegranate is a Norwegian invention. Photo: Anders Husa

Lofthus samvirkelag

Samvirkelag means cooperative in English, that doesn't exactly scream brick oven and mozzarella, but don't be fooled. This pizza restaurant with such a solid and sturdy name has the baddest pizza bakers in Oslo in its brigade. And we’d just like to add that they're not exactly of the view that pizzas have to contain what mamma in Napoli would say. You can choose pizza rosso or bianco (with or without tomato sauce). A bianco can have a sauce made of crème fraîche, olive oil, white wine and oregano. Their cheese mix is cheddar, mozzarella and comté. For the topping you can choose reindeer carpaccio with pomegranate, for example. Or a cep mushroom and cheese combo with Fønix cheese from Stavanger and Kraftkar cheese from Tingvoll. With a pizza rosso, you can choose ventricina salami or anchovies, for example. You can even order a children’s pizza called Elsa 13 years old. Please yourself.

Lofthus samvirkelag

Sankt Olavs Plass 3, 0165 Oslo

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Lofthus samvirkelag finns på fyra adresser.

 

Pizza Da Mimmo

You can also find traditional pizzas in upmarket Frogner. Such as classic pizza with tuna and capers, ham, artichoke and mussels.

Pizza Da Mimmo

Behrens gate 2, 0257 Oslo

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Teatro

“Theatrically delicious pizza” wrote the Dagsavisen restaurant reviewer after a visit to this restaurant next to the National Theater. Their website says they don’t make boring pizza. Their adventurous toppings include lumpfish caviar, gravad halibut, mango and coconut, which suggests they’re right.

Teatro

Stortingsgata 16, 0161 Oslo

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Rent Mel

The bakery with this clever name, clean flour, which also means nothing to hide or clear conscience, also has a pizza restaurant in the Kvadraturen area of Oslo, which is rapidly becoming the hygge-est neighborhood in Oslo. Here you can choose between a pizza rosso or bianco and the toppings are mostly sourced from Norwegian producers. On a pizza bianco, you can choose Hitra Grotteost cheese and pancetta from Ask gård farm, for example. On a rosso, chicken or fennel salami for instance, naturally also from Norwegian farms. Absolutely delicious.

Rent Mel

Prinsens gate 6A, Oslo

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Vesuvio Café

Francesco Solimeo from Naples opened Vesuvio Café & Pizzeria in 2016. In the short time since, this small location in the St. Hanshaugen district of Oslo has become very popular. Thanks to the light base and creamy mozzarella, perhaps? Or the salami and pancetta? Or their very simplicity? Vegetarians can also eat here: How about a pizza with nuts and artichoke?And if you like the pizzas they make here, you can even learn to make them yourself. They namely run a pizza baking course.

Vesuvio Café

Bjerregaards gate 29B, 0172 Oslo

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The pizza restaurant Villa Paradiso on Grünerløkka is one of Jan Vardøen's many places. Photo: Hans Fredrik Asbjørnsen

Villa Paradiso

There surely can't be anyone in Oslo who doesn't love restaurateur, musician, movie director and author Jan Vardøen’s Villa Paradiso restaurant? The place is always packed with happy young people, couples on a first date and entire family gatherings here to enjoy the thin base pizzas and melted cheese. You can choose from a variety of toppings: salami, pancetta, ‘nduja, pecorino and mozzarella. They also serve antipizza, including pasta, soup, salads and entrecote of veal. Plus vegetarian options, naturally. Finish with a sorbet or tiramisù. The first Villa Paradiso opened in Grünerløkka, but now has several branches around Oslo. Nor is the restaurant solely an Oslo phenomenon these days. You can actually eat their famous pizzas in Fredrikstad, close to the Swedish border today.

Villa Paradiso

Olaf Ryes plass 8, 0552 Oslo

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Restauranten finns på flera ställen.

 

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