Value for money , food for vegetarians too . during rush hours it is worth waiting , you will get lot of choice ,
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When we visited Oslo in 1994 the Vigeland Sculpture Park and Mamma Rosa were my most vivid memories. For many years, I dreamed of their thin crust pizza, probably the best I had anywhere in the world, and the standard which I compare all other...More
My wife and I eat in this restaurant on the 31st May 2012,it was a lovely Summers evening and what could have been a lovely treat turned in a bit of a disaster, The decor in the restaurant is good, the location is good and...More
This restaurant used to be good 20 years ago. Not any more. Food poorly prepared, health concerns, kitchen looked untidy and dirty. Some of the pasta loks like microwave meals from the supermarket. I wont go back.
Stay away from this place!! When I was a kid, this was one of the best Italian restaurants in Oslo. Well, that's 20 years ago. Say no more..
This restaurant has been there forever. I'm not sure they have changed the menue OR the interior since the 80's. It is like some others mention, a real tourist trap. However, I like the Italian pizza here. But, all in all, a kind of boring...More
After having found a black curly hair in my spaghetti last lime, I was not too keen on visiting this restaurant again. But the others wanted to try it out, so I joined thinking last time was probably just unfortunate. I ordered a chicken dish,...More
Horrible place to visit! Regret we, a big group of Norwegian people used time and money there on friday this week. We stayed just because it was cold outside and we had good energi among us...We had problems to understand how they can survive! I...More
Whatever you do, particularily if you actually happen to like Italian food, don't eat here! The food is dreadful, pre-cooked and just re-heated at the "chef's" convenience. This has nothing in the slightest to do with Italian cuisine. Neither have the waiters, none of whom...More