Dating back to 1916, this Art Deco masterpiece nestled at the edge of the woods features breathtaking views of Oslo along with great food, which tends to be a mix of traditional gourmet with twists of modernity thrown in.
Guests can choose between the á la carte restaurant, the lounge bar, outdoor service during the summer, and the Fine Dining Verandah (pricier, but worth it!).
Getting there is easy; tram numbers 18 and 19 take you to Sjømansskolen, a short walk from the restaurant.
If you’re feeling cultural, have a walk around the Ekeberg Sculpture Park afterwards (there’s a separate highlight for it on afar.com), and soak in all the art.