Raspeball Thursday

Raspeball Thursday
Raspeball Thursday
Raspeball Thursday
Raspeball Thursday
Raspeball Thursday
Raspeball Thursday
Raspeball Thursday

The Oslo Tour is happy to introduce one of the most important traditions in Norway. Potato, for those that didn't know, is a number one ingredient in Norway. This rater simply root vegetable has been served here in various forms; boiled, baked, cooked….but on this tour you'll get the chance to try a very special dish eaten only on Thursdays; a potato dumpling with some lamb meat and other types of typical Norwegian root vegetables. But this won't be your only tasting! Nooooo……after a quite satisfying meal you'll try some Norwegian waffle and taste three types of Norwegian craft beers together with a traditional Scandinavian spirit, made of, you have guessed – potato! So, book a tour and join us!


Quick facts

Tour information:
  • Available: All year
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Activities: Sightseeing, Cultural Activity, Photo tour
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Minimum age: 8 years.
  • Languages: English, Spanish, French, Norwegian
  • Highlights: Oslo
Pickup information:
  • Departure time : 13:00.

Jernbanetorget, 0154 Oslo ( By the Tiger Statue)
If you wish hotel pick up dropp off send us an e-mail to post@theoslotour.no and we will try to help out.
Included:
  • Main dish (traditional Raspeball plate with lamb meat and vegetables)

  • Three beers

  • Norwegian waffle with topping of your choise

  • Local guide

  • One Akevitt

  • Hotel pick up/drop off (however, contact us on advance & we might be able to help)

  • Gratitudes (totally up to the client)

  • Transport

  • Extra food (no need it, the main dish is a very big portion).

  • Extra drinks


What to bring:
  • Check the weather report and bring suitable clothes

  • Umbrella if it rains, warm clothes & good shoes for walking.


Good to know:

Your guide will be waiting for you in front of the Freia chocolate store and after a shor introduction you will visit your first tasting place where you’ll try this traditional Norwegian dish eaten only on Thursdays that is called raspeball, or potato dumpling served with lamb meat, rutabaga mash and some fried bacon. The meal is rather heavy and satisfying but we’re certain you still have some room for sweet dessert. Follow the guide to a tiny waffle shop that was started by a guy go was selling the waffles from the window of his own home. Pretty cool, right? You’ll probably feel some thirst after all this food and what better way to indulge your taste buds than by tasting some Norwegian craft beers. Your guide will lead you to the food hall where you’ll enjoy the rest of your time over beers and a traditional Scandinavian spirit. Because it’s all about tradition!



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