Cook and bookworm!
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"A suicide!" This is how the author Anne B. Ragde described her own menu when she debuted as a guest chef at Kafe Oslo. a new tradition was born.
Selected Saturdays, the cafe invites famous bookworms, not just writers, but bookmakers of all kinds, to cook for the public. This is a great opportunity to meet exciting profiles in an arena that is not unknown to many book lovers. Good reading and good food are not opposites, and everyone knows that a glass of red wine can enhance the experience of both. Here you get the favorite bookworms' favorite dishes for a reasonable price, and the guest chefs are naturally present throughout the evening to have a food chat with like-minded people.
Knut Faldbakken debuted in 1967 with the novel The Gray Rainbow and has later published a large number of plays, short stories and novels. He has received several awards for his writing, and was among other things nominated for the Nordic Council Literature Prize for the novel Uår. Sweetwater . In 2002, Faldbakken debuted as a crime novelist with the book Everybody Loves a Headless Woman . His last novel, The Thieves , came in 2007.
Table booking: 21 54 85 71.