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Norway - Restaurants

The hardest thing when suffering from coeliac disease or following a Gluten Free diet is obviously finding somewhere to eat. Here are our suggestions of places particularly friendly if you're looking for somewhere.

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Una Pizzeria e Bar
Beddingen, Trondheim View On Map
Best glutenfree pizza i have had in Norway!
Recommended By: Lene B On: 2014-07-12

Oster Huset
Sentrum, Stavanger View On Map
Asking Norwegian coeliacs where to eat in Stavanger and one name kept on coming up: Oster Huset. So being a good coeliac I naturally obliged and wandered along to to Oster Huset, which incidently means cheese house. This is a small chain within the Stavanger area with a couple of branches dotted around. The first time we deliberately went to the one in the centre of Stavanger which was fairly easy to find and quite close to the Tourist Centre. It was a very busy afternoon and quite hard to find a table. Everyone was here, friends out shopping, multi generation families, random people reading the paper. This is definitely the place to be.

They have a large delicatessen style counter with lots of lovely fresh things to choose from. You have to go up to the counter to order and pay. There were no problems getting an English menu or even ordering in English, as always in Scandinavia their English was near perfect. The gluten free bread they had on offer was not a normal bread instead they used a dried bread as it was easier to distinguish which one was gluten free. I was even offered the opportunity to try the bread before I bought my sandwich. I declined, more because regardless of what it tasted like I would be ordering it. None the less it was a nice gesture.
Recommended By: @itsgottobegf / itsgottobeglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2013-10-08


Sjokoladepiken
Øvre Holmegate, Stavanger View On Map
Sjokoadepiken is in the picturesque Øvre Holmegate where all the shops and houses are painted such pretty colours. They really are picture perfect. It was so lovely to spend time wandering around here early in the morning and just soak in how the colours sat next to each other. It was beautiful in a very unfussy way. Naturally we went back later for cake and coffee. I have to say I found it really hard to stay focused on the cake because this shop (as the name suggests) is also a chocolatier and let me say they have some amazing looking and yummy smelling chocolate in here.

I have to say I was quite amazed when I asked which of their cakes was gluten free and the response was music to my ears, "they all are"!! Now, I should clarify, I don't know if this is the case normally or I just got very lucky. Either way I was absolutely delighted to be able to choose which cake I would like as opposed to taking the gluten free one just because it was gluten free.
Recommended By: @itsgottobegf / itsgottobeglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2013-10-05


Delicatessen
Grünerløkka , Oslo View On Map
Very good tapas. Much to choose!
Recommended By: Linn On: 2012-06-26


Bølgen and Moi Tjuvholmen
Tjuvholmen, Oslo View On Map
One of the members of the 80s band a-ha did a lot of the interior artwork in this upscale restaurant. The ambiance and food were amazing. They don't have a specific gluten free menu but they were very knowledgeable and super accomodating. They even had gluten free bread!
Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com On: 2011-08-31


Brasserie 45
2 Locations, Oslo View On Map
Their one gluten free (and lactose free) entre is flagged on the menu - Chicken Stirfry. It was a little spicy but good. They also have a single gluten/dairy free dessert - orange sorbet with fruit. They have two locations in Oslo.
Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com On: 2011-08-31


The Grand Cafe
City Centre, Oslo View On Map
This is the same cafe where Henrik Ibsen used to dine daily around the turn of the 20th century (1900). They even have his table set aside for him! They don't have a gluten free menu but they were very accommodating and the staff was very knowledgeable.
Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com On: 2011-08-31


Bakefri
Sentrum, Oslo View On Map
Bakefriis a gluten free bakery in the Sentrum section of Oslo. They both sell baked goods to take away and have a sit down cafe area. I had a delicious roast beef sandwich on gluten free/dairy free bread (only some of their breads are dairy free). They're closed on Sundays.
Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com On: 2011-05-31


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