Oslo’s finest izakaya lounge was made for sharing

In less than a year, Tatakii Asian has established itself as a popular izakaya-style restaurant on Oslo’s west side.

Japanese ‘tapas’ and fancy signature cocktails are coupled with a hefty

Asian fusion menu in a classy and relaxed lounge environment – only metres away from the monumental Frogner Park.

So, call a friend or 30, come as you are, kick back and share the love.

Japanese izakayas are often compared to western pubs and taverns and their shareable dishes to tapas and meze.

But these after-work hangouts come with a special flavour.

Originally developed as watering holes for sake lovers, Oslo’s finest

Japan’s izakayas started serving snacks sometime in the 18th century.

Since then, many have become full-blown gastro pubs with vast menus drawing inspiration from all over the world.

Everyone is welcome to enjoy the Japanese tradition at Tatakii Asian’s elegant and peaceful premises at Majorstuen in Oslo.

It is far away from the bustling streets of Tokyo, Oslo’s finest

but only a stone’s throw away from the world-famous sculptures and roses of the Frogner Park,

one of Norway’s most popular tourist attractions.

“Tatakii brings all types of people together to eat, drink, unwind and reconnect.

All the traditional izakaya dishes come in two servings,

so they’re ideal for sharing!” says restaurant manager Michael Wu.

“We’ve united tastes from all over Asia, which means that you can order Japanese sashimi,

maki or gunkan alongside a Thai salad and a Chinese wok or crispy duck.

You’ll also discover hints of Korean and Vietnamese flavours.”

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