…as a food nomad that could mean many things.

A Romanian food store in Oslo? Cool! 

Not a Romanian cultural centre of Oslo, this does not exist, but food is also an art.

The shop is in Mariboes gate, a few metres from Mela Café, if you know that one, Palestinian/Lebanese food, in the same street. 

I have only tried some cheap stuff, not much money in my pockets these days, a small box of paté, but it was good. There were salamis and I think some cheese behind the counter.

And a lot of other things.

The name of the shop is “Dor de casă”, which I believe means homesickness.

Apparently they already have a shop in Strømmen, which is half an hour or so from Oslo.