Park 29 is located in Oslo’s oldest wooden-built villa, built in 1847. The building has been a popular location for fine dining and festivities ever since.
When the Norwegian composer Halfdan Kjerulf lived here, the villa was frequented by Christiania’s cultural elite. Now, everyone is invited.
Today, Park 29 is a classic restaurant, inspired by the French and Italian cuisines. We also source our ingredients from these countries, and add the very best that Norway has to offer.
Well-stocked wine cellar
Exclusive ingredients deserve the best of company. Our cellar is well-stocked with wine from the classic wine areas of France, Italy, Spain and Germany. But we have also made room on our extensive wine list for some deserving outsiders and newcomers.
Should you wish to reserve a private area for intimate dining with a loved one, a business lunch or a dinner party, we offer private chambres separées, comfortably seating up to 32 guests.
On nice summer days, we open our outdoor seating area in the garden, where you can enjoy al-fresco dining with a view on the Royal Gardens.