At the National Museum – Architecture at Bankplassen 3 you can visit Grosch, a popular café in the heart of Oslo’s Kvadraturen.
The bright and modern interior is characterised by its white-painted, cross-vaulted ceiling and its contrasting red-brick floor. Designed by architect Sverre Fehn, the restaurant’s tables are a perfect complement to the classic chairs by Hans Wegner.
Grosch serves an appetising range of seasonal specialities in a beautiful architectural setting. In summer you can enjoy lunch, snacks and refreshments sitting in Tom Vac chairs out on the sunny, cobbled terrace.
Grosch can also be hired for private events. The restaurant can accommodate groups of between twenty and seventy people seated, or up to 180 people for less formal events.
Contact Grosch for table reservations or private bookings: email@example.com / tel. (+47) 21 98 21 90
Grosch is open on 17 May from 11.00 to 16.00.
For more information see: www.groschcafe.no