A 15 minute walk from Oslo central station will take you to the urban district of Grünerløkka.
At Grünerløkka you'll find fascinating street art, a river that goes around town, park life, second hand shops and one of our favourite cafés Heimatt.
Photo by: Inger Marie Grini
Heimattstarted as a pilot project and a collaboration between TINE and IKEA.The plan was to run the café for 4 months, but 7 months later they are still open - and have no plans on shutting down. At least not yet. Together the two major companies wanted to make a unique meeting point where everybody would feel at home. Hence the name Heimatt / Back home.
Today the café is run by TINE alone. The concept is easy; they serve delicious breakfast and fresh pastries all day. The recipes are an exciting extension of TINE's product range, both major brands and small scale products. And the atmosphere? A welcoming and cozy environment where you can come as you are - literally. At Heimatt you can wear your Sunday attire, or even your pyjamas, take your shoes off and pull your feet up on the sofa while you read your favourite book or binge on netflix all day. Whatever makes you happy.
We're in love with this little café. Or shall we say, our new home away from home.
Visit Heimatt at Jens Bjelkes gate 9A.
Catch tram number 17, bus 30 or 31 to Heimdalsgata or Lakkegata.
Heimatt is located in between the two stops.
Monday to Friday 0730 - 1700
Weekends 1030 - 1800