Smalhans, St. Hanshaugen’s hub and Oslo’s neighbourhood restaurant, has focused on shared dishes, natural wine and a large selection of beer since opening in 2012.
This makes our eatery a perfect meeting place for most age groups and occasions.
Smalhans – means “scarce way of life” and was the inspiration for how Smalhans came to be. For us, this means finding suppliers that deliver quality goods at the right price, utilising raw materials to the fullest and really seeing the value in something that others see as worthless. We love finding new ways to utilise nature’s beautiful products and in this way stay relevant in the fantastic industry we work in.
In 2015, we were lucky enough to be awarded the “Bib Gourmand” award by the Michelin Guide, which stands for exactly what we have been working on since the start in 2012, i.e. serving good and tasty experiences at a low price.
Today, the kitchen is run by Mads Ekrheim and the restaurant by Rikard Gunnarsson. Smalhans offers 3 different concepts during the day; a simple lunch, the house man of the day – a single dish that is usually shared on the table, and our evening concept with a couple of set menus.
We welcome everyone to Smalhans and into our world of food and drink