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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1A Amhurst RoadLondonE8 1LL
- Public transport:
- Hackney Central, National Railway
Great for shows
Food was pretty bad. Overcooked and tepid lamb in my burger. Potato salad had hard undercooked potatoes.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
I'm disappointed to have to write this review. Since Oslo opened, I've had quite a few friends who have had bad experiences there...most of them stemming from bad service and rude staff. I, however, had always had a decent time (although...had only been there for early evenings and for live music gigs)...and have defended the place.
Unfortunately, tonight my opinion has changed. A friend and...more
Had lunch here yesterday - great venue- very stylish! Staff were very attentive and accommodating. Had the Oslo burger with fries which was delicious- but expensive at £11.50. Would go again but probably just for drinks- there are places with better value food out there.more
I don't get it.
When my friend asked me to meet her at Oslo, a new Scandi bar, I was all up for some Nordic delights.
It's a beautiful location, right under the train station, it has gorgeous brickwork, glass and high ceilings. Very stylish. Not very Scandinavian. Though they apparently claim to 'draw on a Nordic aesthetic'. Maybe go back to the drawing board, lads.