Bar outside of the central station of Oslo. Very strange look and feel to it, wannabee new but not succeeding. Not convinced by the food, which is ok but nothing more. Services wat not really enthousiastic, beer selection is ok but not overwhelming. If you are waiting at the station, ok place to visit, but there are much better gems in Oslo.
Central location, still a bit hard to find. Keep to the right when going out of the train station towards Oslo City, and the pub is located right over the bridge. It is also very close to Radisson Blu Plaza Hotell and Oslo Spektrum. Good range of international and Norwegian beers on tap and bottles, perhaps one of the best places for choice of Nøgne Ø beers. L-shaped bar and a place with a cool, rocky attitude. Extra score for playing Motorhead tunes. Friendly service. Crowded on a Friday evening. Under refurbishment in early 2016 (visited with Finn 11.12.2015).
Finn (207) Tromsø, Norway | November 7, 2015| Updated December 12, 2015
Some interesing beers on tap. Opens early! In contrast to many of the better places in town.
Convenient location right in the city center next to the main railway station and in the same building as the bus terminal. Not the most pleasant surroundings, but a perfectly okay rock bar with a surprisingly good selection of beer. Prices were fairly pleasant too (for Norway).
If you are walking along Schweigaardsgate (who the hell wants to go for a walk here?) you have to raze your gaze since this bar isn’t at ground floor. If you walk the footbridge from the Central Train Station over to the Oslo Bus Station, this little craft beer stronghold will reveal. Heavy traffic, beggars and outcasts, you can’t miss it, but this bar has an impressing beer selection. Cans from Avery for 78 kroner, a bargain! Can’t complain about the tap list either. Burgers? Great! Oh, by the way, this bar happened to be my place rating number 400! (Visited December 7th 2014)
borre_m (47) , Norway | December 3, 2014| Updated May 31, 2015
conveniently located next to the central station inoslo, its a placee i walk by every day, but until tody ive never been inside. thye have a selection of norwegian main ,icro breweries. an okplace with a good location. Nice Burgers too.
What lets it down is the regular crowd. Always crowded.
A strange location for a pub but is perfect if you are close to the Oslo central station. A bit dark inside the pub but you can sit outside and watch busy travellers passing by. Decent selection of Norwegian beers, and Nøgne Ø on tap i allways a plus. Some great international beers as well.
Slightly trashy bar, located in one of the worst parts of Oslo - Dodgy clientele, panhandling gypsies and ugly surroundings.
Great selection of beer for a Norwegian bar though, and they’ve even got Nøgne Ø on tap, and an obvious place to visit before a concert in Oslo Spektrum.
Very surprised to see this divey bar next to the Oslo Bus Station with lots of Nogne, also on tap, but also plenty of other Norwegian and lots of great American beers. Obviously managed by someone that loves craft beer. Prices seemed good too.
Semi divey bar centrally located between the train station and the bus station. Surprisingly nice selection of bottled beers, including almost all Nøgne Ø’s, plus Oscar Blues Pale Ale, Old Chub and Ten Fidy, North Coast Old Rasputin Imperial Stout and more.
Nøgne IPA on tap. Decent prices.