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Fuglen in central Oslo is old-fashioned in the best possible way—a café with Nordic charm and mid-century sensibilities.

Opened in 1963 in downtown Oslo, Fuglen is one of the city’s oldest and most beloved cafés; in fact, the interior of the café has remained essentially unchanged since its opening. The mid-century furnishings and crockery create a sense of time and place that can be taken home with you—the café doubles as a retail space, with all the furnishings available for sale.

This celebration of the past extends throughout Fuglen. It is old-fashioned in the best way: The service is attentive and engaged and the quality of the food, drinks and wares is top-notch.

In addition to a café and retail space, Fuglen also boasts an acclaimed cocktail bar. It is coffee, however, that remains the primary focus. The café is stocked with a range of coffee beans from local Oslo roasteries, and different brewing methods ensure that your coffee is made the way you like it.

Fuglen
Universitetsgatan 2
0164 Oslo
Norway

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