The only Michelin Samsung restaurant in Norway. From appetizers to desserts, every one can't be separated from thick cheese and heavy cheese. My light Chinese stomach can't bear such a strong Nordic flavor...
Michelin's routine is still very shocking.
Lunch ordered on the Internet-no way because lunch is cheap. need to use
Credit card guarantee, but no deduction. It is said that after receiving the confirmation letter from the restaurant
To reply to the email, I didn’t reply and it was almost cancelled. Fortunately, it was confirmed one day in advance.
I went to the restaurant and found it.
The waiters are very enthusiastic, but they don’t speak Chinese, so the English is not good.
The experience will be discounted, because the waiter will serve the introduction
There is no inspiration for dishes, ingredients and cooking methods. But don’t expect them to
It’s said that the ceiling is falling, and it feels like the menu memorized in advance, and the reaction on the spot
Not much to say about the dishes, other foodies are better than me. I only ordered red wine, super
The level is good.
It's really because this restaurant deliberately planned the trip to Oslo. Rear
I came to do my homework and found that the city was actually evaluated by Lonely Planet
As one of the “Top 10 Best Travel Cities in 2018”, of course this is all
The northernmost Michelin three-star in the world, and the only Misan in Northern Europe
One, the magazine’s Top 100 restaurant-"Maaemo" in ancient times
It means "Mother Earth" in Nordic. In this restaurant, you
What can be experienced most is that the Nordic people are natural, primitive and sacred
The view of food-presenting nature as it is. All ingredients are taken
Place, the purpose is to let the foodies taste the most
Natural, pure and healthy taste.
I went there once a few years ago. It's good. I'll have a chance to see it again.
I had a great experience in Maaemo. We booked a trip to Norway and don't know the country well. After buying the tickets, we found one. A 3 Michelin star restaurant in Oslo-so we put ourselves on the waiting list and get reserved-what luck is it to try something new!
The meal is delicious and there are many special ingredients around Norway, which is a welcome change because we can hardly find authentic Norwegian food in Oslo. There were 16 courses when we visited, so I won't go into details. We also have wine pairings, not only wine, but also beer and sake.
The food is prepared skillfully and as expected. The staff is also very friendly and willing to talk about dishes. They invite diners to go to the kitchen to see how they work and raise any questions you may have, which is a good contact. If I have to complain about anything, then this place is not the biggest. At the beginning, the pace of entertainment for three people was too fast.
Definitely like it, though. Glad I can get a table.