OSLO REGION /
Dating back to the mid-17th century, the Gamle Raadhus has a long history. Initially still committed to its name, its use changed again and again over the centuries. It served both private and public purposes, the latter ranging from a church to a fire station to a restaurant and museum. Having fallen into disrepair over a long period of time, its new use as a restaurant and meeting place is not a matter of course. Today, guests benefit greatly from the building’s architectural history and the many different uses that go hand in hand with it. In addition to the main dining room and its garden, there are various other rooms that are often used for private and business functions. The menu is correspondingly wide-ranging and knows how to pamper guests in the respective category.
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