Where to eat the best boller and other traditional pastries in Oslo? Anyone who is used to read my articles has well understood that I like to express always my opinion and am quite outspoken. One of the things I’m still trying to comprehend in Oslo is how people prefer pastries and sandwiches at places like Deli De Luca, 7Eleven or Narvesen to the authentic taste of lovely Norwegian bakeries available all over the city. Because of the price?
Probably yes, but much more due to poor eating habits. Let me be clear, the world is beautiful because we all have different tastes but I want to remind you the most popular advertising of detergents in the 80s. Honestly, I think that it’s much better to eat one homemade bolle than three fake ones.
In any case, it’s very hard for me to resist the temptation in Oslo to enter in one of these traditional Norwegian bakaries. For this reason I’ve narrowed down my favorite spots so you know where to go when you’re craving a pastry, boller, kanelboller, solskinnsboller, fresh sandwich or cake.
Here you are the best Bakeries in Oslo: