Here are some extracts from their review:
Nodee Sky reminds a lot of other fancy Asian restaurants in New York, London and Miami. One checks in at the reception, before being followed to the table – or in this case the glass elevator on the outside of the building.
Dining with the best view in Oslo
We were really looking forward to the meal as the glass elevator brings us up the floors. Nodee Sky has a fancy menu, Wa-shoku, a modern Kaiseki offering eight dishes with different cooking techniques.
Upstairs on the 14th floor, we are shown to the table in the dark and gorgeous room. The tables are close and the view of Oslo is great.
Other comments from the visitors:
- Good ingredients!
- The salty, sour and sweet glide well together!
- The dish is extremely beautifully presented, and most people are probably not aware of how much work it is behind a Japanese Kaiseki meal.
- A large, fresh Norwegian sea crab is served with a black garlic cream that is long-fried for a month, sweet lotus root, sprouts and Japanese mustard – among other ingredients. The sea crab is perfectly heat-treated, juicy, sweet and with a lot of taste, and the other flavours emphasize the delicate dish.
- Very satisfying! The duck breast is juicy and rich with flavour and is served with sweet pumpkin puree that both smells and tastes of truffles.
- Wagyu with eggplant from the Robata grill is accompanied by a sweet and flavourful BBQ sauce called Yakiniku, garlic sprouts and pickled vegetables. Here the tender meat is perfectly accompanied by the other ingredients – and you will understand why Wagyu meat is so expensive.
Value for money ★★★★
Total score 22
Read the review in full (in Norwegian) here: