Food

We strive to give an all inclusive experience, where all meals throughout the day is included in the registration fee. We will also offer a gift bag to all delegates with drink vouchers to be used on the Closing Party on Saturday and to other selected nightclubs.

All lunches and the dinner on Thursday and Friday are buffet-based meals. Alcoholic beverages will be included on Thursday and Saturday. The dinner on Saturday will be a banquet dinner in the White Hall at Bristol Hotel. A three course dinner with wine individually selected for each course.

There will be fruit and small treats accompanying coffee and tea during the morning and afternoon breaks. Vegetarian and vegan alternatives will be offered for all meals. Other dietary requests may be included in the registration and we will strive to accommodate all needs.

The location for the banquet dinner on Saturday. Photo: Bristol Hotel

Food in Oslo

The diversity of Oslo’s population has resulted in wide selection of cultural events, food and drinks. You can easily get hold of everything from Ethiopian cuisine to traditional Norwegian food. Oslo is currently home to approximately 2,500 restaurants and cafes, catering to all tastes and budget preferences.

Oslo is particularly renowned for its vibrant coffee culture with some of the best coffee shops in the world.

But why not also try Haralds waffle while you’re in Oslo?

Waffles > burgers

The waffle is a staple of the Norwegian diet. Jonathan started selling them from his apartment window and pretty soon his unconventional recipes had made the waffle cool again 😀Try them at @Haralds Vaffel in Torggata.

Posted by Visit Oslo on Wednesday, September 26, 2018