Nice looking diner, but usually very crowded and there is often a queue on the sidewalk outside. A fair selection of craft beer is usually present, but there are certainly better places nearby if one is just looking for the beer. Would anyway prefer Grünerløkka brygghus for the food too, not that I’ve eaten at TND, but I can’t stand waiting in line.
A strange beer place. This is like a recreation of an old fashion 1950s American dinner located in a lively party of Oslo/ Strange concept and even more surprising is that this place has a half-decent beer selection. What The F…? More a restaurant than a pub. Tap selection was 5 offerings from the lame Aass, one Sierra Nevada and a few others. They also have 30 or so bottles to chose from and the bottles are lined-up on a high shelf behind the counter. Food is what you would expect from an old-fashion American Dinner, greasy american style breakfasts, club sandwiches, burgers, etc… An odd place.
Nice burgers, american style diner. The beer list is not the typical you find in norwegian places so it’s a good thing, typical there are some american micros and the house beer Nøgne Ø Nighthawk Breakfast Brown. The house beer is by itself worth a visit
Beer5000 (170) Kristiansand, Norway | June 12, 2012| Updated April 1, 2015
Nice and consistent retro interior. Decent beer selection for a non special beer bar, did not try the food but it looks and smells very good. Service is good when not to crowded. Excellent house beer made at Nøgne Ø, Nighthawk Breakfast Brown is a great benefit. Interesting place to visit if you’re not there just for the beer but appreciate to have a decent option. A bit pricy.
If you are prepared to spend a long time on the sidewalk waiting for a table, you’ll be rewared with a seat in a fine reproduction of an American diner. Decent beer selection, but there are far more interesting palces nearby. Pricey.
Made up to look like a 1950’s American diner, right down to the outfits the staff wear. And the eponymous painting hangs over it all. Food is very tasty, service is friendly and efficient. Beer selection is small but decent.
Good food, and ok service. The big pluss here is that they had a microbrewery who made a special beer just for them, can’t excatly remember who, but i think it was Haandbryggeriet. One of the first tastings I had of proper beer, the reason I fell in love with it. So for me it had a great value.
When I visited the diner this weekend (23.03.12) I was really surprised. All of the staff had a really positive attitude. Great and quick service. The food is excellent, but it’s a bit expensive though. They didn’t have the Nøgne Ø Breakfast Brown, because of production limitations at Nøgne Ø. So I had to settle for a Brooklyn Brown. A great start of the day!
To be completely honest: Overpriced(specially the bad food) , overrated, bad service, not clean , poor service and poor knowledge . Inside it looks very good but whats up with the ignoring attitude??? I have given it 5 chances and been disappointed every time:( But Norwegians seems to like to pay more money the lower the quality as long it seems American .... I dont understand that.