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The 7 Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Oslo

Thinking about giving veganism or vegetarianism a go? Plant produce is an exciting and delicious way to eat and it’s healthy. These vegan restaurants in Oslo prove just that.

From fine dining to fun brunch dishes, there’s plenty of choice in this city. Vegans, veggies and everything in between can happily eat their heart out here…

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1. NordVegan

Nordvegan is a must-visit for vegan fare in Oslo. It has an organic-first, local-first approach, with the aim to serve healthy food with a low environmental footprint.

Everything at Nordvegan is made solely from plants, and the restaurant also has a wide range of gluten-free and sugar-free dishes. The dishes on the menu change every day: expect options such as a plant-based lasagne, mushroom Wellington, salads, raw cakes and pastries.

2. Loving Hut

This cosy and casual vegan chain has a huge selection of soups, burgers, pizzas, kebabs, noodles, sushi and so much more. It’s the perfect place for a quick and tasty meal that is packed full of goodness. Menu highlights include raw spaghetti, fragrant braised aubergine and golden wontons.

You’ll soon see how Loving Hut has spread across Europe!

3. Kumi

Kumi is a lovely vegetarian café and juice bar that serves breakfast and lunch all day long, with a great brunch menu on the weekend. All ingredients at Kumi are organic, without additives and free from refined sugars.

Plus, there’s also lots of vegan options. Dig into dishes such as jackfruit tacos, shitake tofu scramble or eggs Florentine with halloumi.

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4. Funky Fresh Foods

One of the top vegetarian restaurants in Oslo, Funky Fresh Foods is fully plant-based and the menu uses 50-95% organic raw materials at any given time. The menu is packed full of colourful and tasty dishes, such as vegan flatbreads, sandwiches, burgers and tapas, as well as smoothies, juices, milkshakes, coffees, wine and beer.

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5. Krishnas Cuisine

Looking for veggie food in Oslo on a budget? This Indian restaurant is the place to go. Krishnas Cuisine serves up a fully vegetarian menu, with authentic Indian eats such as a cauliflower, paprika, potato and peas curry, in a cream sauce.

It’s foolproof for a hearty feed and a menu that has new daily specials.

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6. Habsak

Habsak is a Middle Eastern restaurant that goes above and beyond with fresh and delicious bites to eat.

Their speciality is home-made hummus served with pita bread, pickles, a small salad and a spicy sauce made of parsley and chili peppers.You can also dig into falafel, labaneh, couscous and other tasty snacks.

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7. The Fragrance of the Heart

For healthy and satisfying vegetarian (and vegan) dishes, this place has all sorts of goodies on the menu. They take influences from around the world, with dishes ranging from a beetroot and blackbean burger to Greek moussaka with tzatziki and salad.

It’s no-fuss, and all flavour.

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Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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On average of course? And what should you or should not do after eating? And how long before i can do anything physically after eating?
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