A very interesting blend of oriental and Norwegian, this café, run by Iranians, with Turkish, Iranian and some Norwegian food. The interior reflects this, a calm and balanced, but bold mix of old Norwegian
cottage stuff. old-fashioned but stylish furniture and arty objects of the most
The food tastes good and feels healthy, fresh salads, light chicken dishes, very good Turkish köfte and other typical dishes. I have also had an Iranian dish that resembled porridge, but salty. Fun! Even the desserts and cakes feel lightweight in your tummy.
If you want a chat, the personnel is friendly and sometimes even open-hearted.
Oh, and, it just changed its name to 8K. Same place, same food, same people.
This was a nice place, but doesn’t exist anymore.