The Little Pickle Hearty British Fare & Sunday Roast in Oslo

Inspired by popular London restaurants like St. John and The Laughing Heart, The Little Pickle is a relaxed restaurant with large sharing plates and small dishes from the team formerly of Imperial and The Tea Room. The concept is simple – focused on good, honest cooking and local, organic produce. On Sundays, they serve a roast dinner, with all of the hearty British fare you can dream of, like roasted meat, potatoes, cabbage, pickles, gravy, stuffing, and, of course, Yorkshire pudding. Of course, you’ll also find loads of pickles, from picklebacks to pickle plates. The wine list is small but mighty, featuring lots of our favorite natural producers, like Heinrich, La Sorga, and Ganevat.

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THE LITTLE PICKLE

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Jens Bjelkes gate 9a, Oslo, Norway
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The ham hock terrine with apricot, parsley, and pickled cauliflower.
The ham hock terrine with apricot, parsley, and pickled cauliflower.
The wine list has lots of our favorite producers.
The wine list has lots of our favorite producers.
Farine sourdough bread with haddock, mayo, onion, and chives.
Farine sourdough bread with haddock, mayo, onion, and chives.
Chefs Tom Downes, Rasmus Hundvebakke, and Stina Hjalmarson in the kitchen.
Chefs Tom Downes, Rasmus Hundvebakke, and Stina Hjalmarson in the kitchen.
The Sunday Roast – roast beef, potatoes, Brussels sprouts, Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese, horseradish, and gravy.
The Sunday Roast – roast beef, potatoes, Brussels sprouts, Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese, horseradish, and gravy.
Lemon and raspberry trifle with sprinkles.
Lemon and raspberry trifle with sprinkles.

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Kaitlin Orr

Kaitlin Orr and Anders Husa are food & travel bloggers and creative content creators. From their base in Copenhagen, they operate the largest and most influential restaurant-focused travel blog in Scandinavia.

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