Code Christer Rødseth's Ambitious New Restaurant in Barcode

Barcode’s most ambitious new restaurant is Code, the brand new playground of chef Christer Rødseth, located just a few doors down from their first restaurant Vaaghals. The food here leans more classical, with dishes like onion soup and whole roasted duck, but the ingredients are all Norwegian and everything has a modern feel to it. A few of our favorite dishes on the menu are the beef tartare, the lobster roll, the mountain trout, and the crab risotto. Save room for the freshly baked financiers, served with warm chocolate and vanilla dipping sauces.

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The sleek interior of restaurant Code in the Barcode neighborhood.
The sleek interior of restaurant Code in the Barcode neighborhood.
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Dronning Eufemias gate 18, Oslo, Norway
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Restaurant Code is the brand new playground of chef Christer Rødseth.
Restaurant Code is the brand new playground of chef Christer Rødseth.
Wild smoked trout with green chile mayonnaise, pickled turnip kale, and tapioca chips.
Wild smoked trout with green chile mayonnaise, pickled turnip kale, and tapioca chips.
The lobster roll is delicious!
The lobster roll is delicious!
There are tables and bigger booths for large groups.
There are tables and bigger booths for large groups.
Celeriac bread with salted butter and chicken stock butter with crispy chicken skin.
Celeriac bread with salted butter and chicken stock butter with crispy chicken skin.
Beef tartare with pickled yellow beets, parsley mayo, egg cream, crispy onion, cheddar, and thyme.
Beef tartare with pickled yellow beets, parsley mayo, egg cream, crispy onion, cheddar, and thyme.
Brown crab risotto with Jerusalem artichoke crisps and rye bread.
Brown crab risotto with Jerusalem artichoke crisps and rye bread.
There are a few seats at the chef's counter.
There are a few seats at the chef’s counter.
Cavatelli pasta with sweetbreads and black truffle.
Cavatelli pasta with sweetbreads and black truffle.
Strip loin with mushrooms, onions, and creamy pepper sauce.
Strip loin with mushrooms, onions, and creamy pepper sauce.
Duck with kale, potatoes, green beans, white asparagus, and a port wine sauce.
Duck with kale, potatoes, green beans, white asparagus, and a port wine sauce.
Glazed dark chocolate mousse and a cherry and yuzu sorbet.
Glazed dark chocolate mousse and a cherry and yuzu sorbet.
Crêpes Suzette for dessert!
Crêpes Suzette for dessert!
Almond financiers with ice cream and chocolate sauce.
Almond financiers with ice cream and chocolate sauce.

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