This food, drink and live music destination is situated next door to Hackney Central station on Amhurst Road. It has top quality food and drink alongside an exciting music programme in the unique space of a redeveloped railway station.
Head Chef Dave Ahern (formerly of House of Wolf and Burger Breakout) has created the menu around presenting familiar flavours in unusual combinations. The menu features modern interpretation of classic East End dishes. Many dishes also showcase the techniques of curing smoking and pickling that are celebrated in Nordic cuisine.
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Venue Details & Map
1A Amhurst RoadLondonE8 1LL
- +44 (0) 207 923 2861
Me and my friend decided to visit Oslo on a Wednesday night to get some grub. , ordered salmon , avocado and potato salad and an hour later I was absolutely sick to my stomach .
I got food poisoned which left me in absolute rag order for 24 hours ! I was sick , shaking , hot / cold flushes and feeling absolutely terrible !
I Couldn't get up off my bed and was actually thinking to go to...more
Great Soul music (The Tams!), great Thursday drink special 2 for £9, great atmosphere, beguiling bartender, club to dance it out to upstairs, what else do you want?more
Fairly quiet for a Wednesday night, after I had heard this place can get quite busy. Oslo has a lovely atmosphere, dim lighting which creates an intimate setting.
I had ordered the Oslo burger, which was truly a delicious burger. I rarely order my burger meat medium unless I feel comfortable about the kitchen. Whilst my meat was slightly underdone, it was fresh and tasted delicious. The fries...more
It's weird - when I told people I'm about to go to Oslo Hackney the reaction was: "Nooo don't go there, the music is horrible!". So I expected a club with, well horrible music! But it's so much more than just a club. In fact, if you enter the place there isn't even a club in sight. The club is on the upper floor and what's on the ground level is just a very stylish and awesome-looking bar with...more
Oslo is one of those misleading London spots. What I was expecting was a sleek Nordic space with herring and meatballs and the likes. What I got was a re-developed building (possibly a former part of the station?) with a bit of that Nordic charm, but really just a quality lunch spot.
There's lots of room, lots of natural light, a really comfortable spot to sit and eat. I got the New York...more