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Authentic Norwegian Meat Store

What a treasure coming across this store. Smoked and cured Norwegian meat, elk, reindeer, stock... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2018
AnnaIR
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Hermiston, Oregon
Wonderful source for tasty goods and Norwegian culture

We cut through the streets to slowly make our way back to the train station to await our train up... read more

Reviewed 21 November 2016
Jamielyn O
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Oakland, California
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23 Feb 2018
“Authentic Norwegian Meat Store”
21 Nov 2016
“Wonderful source for tasty goods and Norwegian culture”
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Reviewed 24 February 2018

What a treasure coming across this store. Smoked and cured Norwegian meat, elk, reindeer, stock fish and more. Eirik gave us historical and culinary information about hunting, curing, and preserving methods. Eirik's father taught him the meat preservation trade and he is now passing it...More

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Reviewed 21 November 2016

We cut through the streets to slowly make our way back to the train station to await our train up to the Northern end of Norway. We were able to pop into various places like sneaker shops, deign stores, souvenir stands, and food markets. My...More

2  Thank Jamielyn O
Reviewed 28 October 2016

We happened upon this shop on a recent visit. The owners were so friendly and generous with samples and information. We were given a very intriguing introduction to traditional Norwegian culture, meat and fish preservation and cheese production. Could spend a lot of time in...More

Thank EMLM995
Reviewed 5 August 2016

This is the place to go if you want to learn about Norwegian food traditions, and to buy the artisanal and home made products... from farms and small producers all over the country. - The real deal!! Not ever all Norwegians know about this hidden...More

1  Thank Jon_Oslo
Reviewed 5 August 2016 via mobile

The most interesting and exciting culinary experience in Oslo! Try the tasty Norwegian Spekepølse or Fenalår - dried lamb shank. The unique sweet caramel brown cheese a Norwegian signature (one version is sold in the U.S. As Ski Queen) but the real traditional one are...More

1  Thank Magnus J
Reviewed 2 July 2015

The owner here was incredibly nice, gave us a lot of samples and explained the curing process of the meats and cheeses he sells from local Norwegian farmers. The walls and ceiling are full of meats in the process of curing and it is a...More

Thank tycosa
Reviewed 15 April 2015

Incredibly knowledgeable staff. The store sources traditional meat and cheese products from local producers all over Norway. Reindeer sausage, cured Elg(moose) meat, traditional flatbread made into mini-pizzas and rolls, Fenalar (cured lamb leg), etc. with a story and samples of each. Very high quality, I...More

Thank Owen O
Reviewed 31 January 2015 via mobile

Real Norwegian food. The staff were very friendly and informative. If you want Norwegian food in central, this is the place to buy it! Try the unusual delicacies, you won't forget them!

Thank Jack B
Reviewed 17 August 2014

The guy who (apparently) owned the place knew all this minutiae about Norwegian specialties (things like brown cheese, salted cod, their smoked/dried meat, etc.). It was worthwhile going there just to get a rundown of how (and why) all the food traditions in Norway are...More

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