Asian restaurants in Oslo

Norway’s busiest city, Oslo is a great place to spend a few days hanging out and taking in their cool Scandinavian culture. As a capital city, Oslo has a huge range of different cuisines, with something to suit everyone’s tastes. But our favourite is their Asian restaurants. From delicious sushi, to amazing Cantonese food, let us take you on a tour of the best Asian restaurants in Oslo.

Asian restaurants in Oslo

Hakkaiza

The Luxury Travel Guide’s restaurant of the year 2017, Hakkaiza is an Asian eating house that has won many awards. Serving classics like dim sum, crispy duck, and Korean fried chicken, this is the perfect spot to while away a few hours. Just minutes away from the harbour of Sorenga, it’s a great place to stop off if you’re wandering the area. The chef/owner Hung Duong creates every dish fresh in-house and uses locally-sourced ingredients wherever he can. If you’re looking for Asian restaurants in Oslo, Hakkaiza has got to be on your list.

Sørengkaia 146, 0194 Oslo, Norway
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Asian restaurants in Oslo

Mr Bay

Whether you’re looking for noodles, curry, or vegetarian choices, Mr Bay’s is a great place to head if you’re looking for great Asian cuisine in Oslo. Specialising in Vietnamese and  Thai food, they use modern cooking techniques to provide an authentic experience. The stunning decor is a lovely place to relax whether it’s with friends, family, or even business associates. Fancy some drinks after dinner? You’re in luck, their Blue Bar serves delicious cocktails until late.

Olav Selvaags Plass 1, 0252 Oslo, Norway
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Alex Sushi, Solli Sq

After almost 17 years in business, Solli Square is still going strong, delighting people with stunning sushi. Centred around a big sushi pass, customers can watch the chefs prepare their food throughout the day. Gusts can choose from various menus, a “White menu” consisting of salmon, halibut, and scampi of sashimi, nigiri, and makie, a red menu of seafood, and various other choices. You can even try Japanese “Omakase”, which is where you tell the chefs what you like and they create a menu, especially for you.

Cort Adelers gate 2, 0254 Oslo, Norway
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Mahayana

If you happen to be with a party who all want different things, Mahayana is the perfect restaurant for you. With Japanese bbq influences, Szechuan cuisine, and Cantonese dishes, this place will definitely have Asian food to suit all your party. Try out skewered prawns with chilli sauce to start, and gorge yourself on their famous dumplings. Their Chinese main courses are famous, featuring dishes like Chinese-style lobster with ginger, scallions and oyster sauce, and seafood hot pots with crab, prawns, scallops, and mussels. Oh, and their cocktails are pretty amazing too….

Stortingsgata 12, 0161 Oslo, Norway
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