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Refuel, repair, replenish…
Eat, drink, sleep, and look after your bike.
Grims Grenka, on the edge of the old town, is the first – and so far only – design hotel in Oslo. Come for modern rooms with Bang&Olufsen televisions, a stylish Scandinavian lobby and, in the summer, a rooftop terrace.
— Kongens Gate 5, 0153, Oslo | www.firsthotels.com/Our-hotels/Hotels-in-Norway/Oslo/First-Hotel-GrimsGrenka
United Bakeries is the perfect place to stop after a turn around the Vigeland Sculpture Park. Order hot chocolate, boller (spiced bun) or a range of patisseries at the white-tiled, shabby-chic counter, then try to bag a place in the sunny courtyard.
— Frognerveien 58, 0266 Oslo | www.united-bakeries.no
The Bike Shop
Raske Sykler, just north of the Slottsparken, is a trustworthy, independent bike shop that is well used to handling both road and mountain bike repairs.
— Rasker Sykler, Pilestredet 47, 0350 Oslo | www.raskesykler.no
The Pasta Stop
Bruno’s Proseccheria serves cold meats and large, warming bowls of pasta in an immaculately designed setting. Eat tagliatelle with blue cheese and walnuts, or linguine with locally caught seafood, surrounded by globes of light hanging from the ceiling, white china elephants and ceramic guns stuffed with red roses.
— Rådhusgata 30, 0151 Oslo | www.proseccheria.no
The Coffee Shop
In a quiet side street off the main square of Grunerløkka sits Tim Wendelboe, one of the world’s premier coffee bars. With bare, blackened floorboards and no food, nor much furniture on offer, the setting is austere. Pull up a wooden chair next to the roasting and bagging machines, listen to the scratchy transistor radio and lose yourself in one of the carefully selected brews.
— Grunersgate 1, Oslo 0552 | timwendelboe.no