Friday, January 20, 2012

Deli de Luca, Coffee in Oslo

It's no secret that Oslo is one of the most expensive cities in Europe, and the world, for that matter. A latte at a typical cafe could easily cost $8-10 USD.
That is why I rejoiced when I discovered Deli de Luca.
Well, "discovered" might be the wrong word...there is basically a Deli de Luca on every street corner of the city, so I don't know how anyone could miss it.
From the outside, it looks like it could be another 7-11 so it is easy to write this place off as another convenience store, oh but it is so much cooler.



So the coolest thing about Deli de Luca is the $4 USD self serve latte section. The machine there can make them as good or better than some cafes, and for half the price. 

The machine could make hot and cold drinks.



Deli de Luca also served food, though these cupcakes looked better than they tasted...





All in all, if you happen to be in Oslo and on a seriously tight budget, you will probably be living in Deli de Luca. Though, a couple sandwiches and some drinks could easily cost you $30 USD.



They also had an assortment of lunch items of Chinese, Italian, and Middle Eastern variety.



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