If you're ever on my instagram, you'll see I frequent Osteria del Vignaiolo! It is a must when I am in Piemonte. The food pictures really speak for themselves - and yes I know I always eat the same things! But wouldn't you eat this all day if you could? It has become a tradition... Continue Reading →
For my birthday, my aunt took me out to dinner and to the theater. Enoteca is located in Oslo in Bygdøy Allé, with only a few tables and some seats at the bar. They are most known for their pizza, and we found out while we were sitting there that pizza takeout is very popular!... Continue Reading →
Guess what?! You don't have to go all the way to More e Macine to eat Insalata Russa! You can just stroll down a cozy street in Oslo and pop in at Bono! I am beyond excited! Since I am unable to make it myself (I have tried, and failed), I am happy that I... Continue Reading →
Celebrating 17th of may? Two of my favorite restaurants are open on May 17th! I have been to Cru for 17th of may before and I can promise a wonderful experience! Many restaurants are closed, but both BA53 and Cru are open. Make sure to book a table in advance!
BA 53 - Gourmet Food and Excellent Service It's not news that I love BA53 and I know I should expand my horizons but it's just so good that I have to keep going back. Besides, the menu changes so it's not like I am eating the same things every time. Anyways, just wanted to... Continue Reading →
I know I talk about La Morra a lot, and the locals call me Lamorese, but there are many good places in the other towns in Piemonte. One of them is Le Torri in Castiglione Falletto. They changed owners a few years ago, so the restaurant has changed but definitely not for the worse. I... Continue Reading →
"Do you have a reservation?" A phrase commonly heard in restaurants in Piemonte. I wrote about this a while ago, but since what I like to call "The Barolo Season" is upon us I though a friendly reminder was due. Restaurants (and wineries) really appreciate it when you call ahead and make a reservation.
Ristoria: Food spot in Gothenburg Ristoria has a very good brunch spot, and from what I can tell a good regular restaurant as well. The brunch is buffet style, all you can eat, with food ranging from egg and bacon to various pasta salads and of course dessert. As a Norwegian, everything is very cheap... Continue Reading →
Theatercafeen - Historic Place in Oslo Every Christmas I go to Theatercafeen with the family. The pictures are not very good, but the food was! And the wine was even better. It's always nice to have some traditions, and I am already looking forward to next year's dinner. You visit https://www.theatercafeen.no/ and have a look... Continue Reading →