Located in Frogner in Oslo, Fyr Bistronomi is a casual Nordic bistro serving high-quality food at affordable prices, taking its name from the French “bistronomy” movement. Head chef Sebastian Myhre has a background from restaurants like the three-Michelin-starred Per Se in New York. Myhre also opened his fine dining restaurant Stallen next door, which exclusively serves a set tasting menu. At his more casual bistro, however, there are two menus – inside you’ll find the bistronomy-focused menu, and outside you’ll find the park menu, with simpler dishes to enjoy in the sunshine. All of the dishes are made with local produce, a lot of it grown by the chefs themselves, and most are cooked over the fire.
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