So you think Norway is expensive? Maybe. Maybe not.
In Oslo, yes, dining in is expensive. With the tax added in plus the table fee, of course, we think it is insanely expensive.
However, eating in Oslo (or in Norway, in general) doesn’t have to be expensive.
Case in point, food trucks! With food trucks, there are a lot of relatively cheaper food options with greater quality at accessible and convenient locations.
The lower operation cost of food truck industry while providing high quality service and food options may be the most obvious rationale why there are a lot of food trucks in Oslo. The perfect choice for travellers looking for quick-stop convenient access to food without the super excessive cost!
Late afternoon, these 4-5 food trucks will line up and open right at the Promenade leading to Aker Brygge. Perfect for hungry stomachs craving dinner/ snack/ very late lunch after exploring/ doing business/ enjoying Oslo city!
Stay tuned. We are still in Oslo, Norway for ten days or so and really intend to hunt more food trucks! If you are also in the city and knows of food trucks to check out, give us a shout out!