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Where to eat vegan in Oslo

That more and more people are switching to eating a more plant-based diet for climate, health and animal welfare reasons, is no exaggeration, to say the least. Here are a few restaurants that offer vegans what they’re looking for – with plenty of exciting taste experiences.

Asien at Aker brygge

This restaurant is famous for its flirtation with, you've got it, Asian food – but in combination with things such as Mexican tacos. There’s always a great atmosphere and quick service here. Vegans also flock here for wicked dishes such as padron peppers, maki rolls, noodles and salads. And to finish? How about mango, coconut and yuzu sorbet or banana cake?

Asia

Stranden 1, 0250 Oslo

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Funky Fresh Foods

At DOGA – Design and Architecture Norway, as the name suggests, they work with the best of Norwegian design, and host exhibitions. But you can also enjoy delicious meals here. Funky Fresh Foods offers soya milkshakes, salads, jackfruit burgers, kofta, wine and beer – and many other delicious dishes. The design center is close to Akerselva.

Funky Fresh Foods

Hausmannsgate 16, 0182 Oslo

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Oslo Raw

At this delightful location, you can gorge on salads, pizza smoothies and cakes. PS, the cakes are not just for dessert. At Oslo Raw, you can eat them at any time of the day or night, as they are not on the sweet side. They also serve brunch with a choice of acai, porridge oats or chia pudding, with avocado cookies, two cakes and a latte.

Oslo Raw

Ullevålsveien 82, 0454 Oslo og Ullevålsveien 89 a

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Nordvegan

Curry, enchiladas, salads and delicious desserts are just part of the choice at Nordvegan. They’ve also published a cookbook to help people learn more about how to prepare tasty vegan food.

Nordvegan

Kristian Vis gate 15 b

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Loving Hut at St.Hanshaugen

Loving hut is a vegan restaurant in the St. Hanshaugen district of Oslo, where you can enjoy wonton soup, rice paper rolls, dumplings, tortillas, burgers, noodles and, hold onto your hat, nut dogs.

Loving Hut

Bjerregaards gate 6, 0172 Oslo

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Kumi in Gamlebyen

This relatively new place offers plenty of delicious choices – including weekend brunch. The menu includes breakfast tacos and Buddha bowls – and if you arrive with non-vegan friends, they can enjoy pancakes and egg dishes.

Kumi

Schweigaardsgate 56A, 0656 Oslo

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Fresko in Oslo

Fresko

Sandwiches, salads and smoothies are on the menu at Fresco in Mathallen in Vulkan. Many of the dishes are served with yogurt and cheese, but you can order vegan alternatives.

Fresko

Maridalsveien 21, 0178 Oslo

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