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Worth a visit - Michelin restaurants in Oslo

The Michelin Guide for 2023 was announced on Monday, July 4, and there was great joy among Norwegian restaurants.

Michelin restaurant photo from Maaemo.  Foto: Anders Husa for Visit Oslo

Maaemo, Norway's three star Michelin restaurant
Photo: VisitOSLO/Anders Husa - andershusa.com

Four new eateries received their first star, and three of them are located in Oslo. This means that Oslo now has six Michelin-starred restaurants, in addition to five others that have received awards such as Bib Gourmand and Green Star.

If you are a foodie, Oslo has just become even more exciting! But hurry up - these restaurants will be booked up soon and it will be hard to get a table.

Welcome to Oslo - a culinary experience!

One Star Michelin - Chefs at Kontrast. Foto: Anders Husa/Visit Oslo

One Star Michelin - Chefs at Kontrast
Photo: VisitOSLO/Anders Husa - andershusa.com

Bib Gourmand - Smalhans, Oslo. Foto: Anders Husa/Visit Oslo

Bib Gourmand - Smalhans, Oslo
Photo: VisitOSLO/Anders Husa - andershusa.com

A full list of Michelin restaurants in Oslo:

Three Michelin Stars:

Maaemo, Oslo

One Michelin Star:

À L’aise, 2023
Mon Oncle
, 2023
Hot Shop 2022
Hyde 2022
Sabi Omakase Oslo 2023
Schlägergården 2022 (will close down January 31, 2024)
Stallen 2023
Kontrast since 2016
Statholdergaarden since 1998

Bib Gourmands:

Smalhans, Oslo

Green Stars:

Another highlight of the 2023 Michelin Guide is the introduction of the Michelin Green Star award, which recognizes restaurants that are committed to sustainable gastronomy. These restaurants are role models when it comes to sustainable gastronomy, showcasing their respect for the environment and local producers by using organic, biodynamic, or wild ingredients, minimizing food waste, and supporting social causes.

Einer, Oslo
FYR Bistronomi & Bar, Oslo
Maaemo, Oslo
Rest., Oslo
Stallen, Oslo

Have you seen our Table Stories from the Oslo Region?

Updated December 4th, 2023

Fyr Bistronomi in Oslo has Michelin Green Star.
Video by Anders Husa and Kaitlin Orr, Nordic food bloggers

Did you know that Norway is the most awarded country in the Bocose D'Or? Check out this article by Visit Norway.

Bocuse d’Or is a biennial world chef championship that takes place in Lyon, France. Candidates representing 24 countries give their all in hopes of winning the most prestigious prize in modern cuisine.

Since the competition was first held in 1987, Norway has won five gold, three silver, and four bronze medals.