Say hello to the most ”Dorwegian” (definition below) place in Oslo. On the outside, there the framed timber as Norwegians love, on the inside it is like coming into a big farmers house in Norway. Where you enter, you cannot miss the big fireplace. You then go into the main “living room”. Everything is tilted, the house was built in 1730 as a merchants home and shop. From 1839 to 65 it was a children’s hospital (hence the name). If you are tall, be aware when you enter because the doors are low.
In the main living room and the side living room, you feel like a big farmer. There are tables in solid wood, and the chairs and walls are kept in the traditional colors. Outside there is a big garden where you can enjoy summer and sun.
The atmosphere is easygoing. It is easy to come in contact with others when you sit at the long tables. The service is good.
A pint of Aas is 56 NOK. You can find Asylet here:
Definition of Dorwegian – Danish and nORWEGIAN, a little Danish with mostly Norwegian, just like my language.
“What’s new, Normie?”
“Terrorists, Sam. They’ve taken over my stomach. They’re demanding beer.”