How to get there
Paleet has a unique location on Karl Johans gate, the Oslo high street, midway between the Royal Palace and Oslo Central Station. The nearest Metro stop is Nationaltheatret or Stortinget, and the nearest tram- and busstop is Nationaltheatret.
Paleet is open every day. Because of the coronavirus outbreak opening hours are as follows:
Monday – Saturday: 10 – 18
Vinmonopolet: Monday – Friday 10 – 18, Saturday 10 – 15.
Egon: Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 23.30, Sunday – Monday 11 – 22.
United Bakeries: Monday – Saturday 9 – 18, Sunday 10 – 16.
Ordinary opening hours
Regular opening hours stores
Monday – Friday: 10 – 20
(Tanum bookstore opens at 9 Monday to Friday)
Saturday: 10 – 18
Vinmonopolet Monday – Friday: 10 – 18, Saturday 10 – 15
Opening hours restaurants
Ben & Jerry’s: Monday – Friday 10 – 20, Saturday 10 – 18
Egon: Sunday – Thursday 10 – 23.30, Friday – Saturday 10 – 00.30
Pizza Crudo: Monday – Friday 11 – 21.30, Saturday 12 – 21.30 (kitchen close at 20)
Public Matpub: Monday – Friday 11 – 21.30, Saturday 12 – 21.30 (kitchen close at 20)
Sabaki: Monday – Friday 11 – 21.30, Saturday 12 – 21.30 (kitchen close at 20)
Taqueria: Monday – Saturday 11 – 21.30 (kitchen close at 21)
The Room: Monday – Friday 10 – 20, Saturday 10 – 18
United Bakeries: Monday – Friday 8 – 20, Saturday 9 – 18, Sunday 11 – 17
Fashion concepts and brands
The various stores and fashion concepts at Paleet present both national and international designers within high-end fashion in clothes, shoes and accessories. The emphasis is on craftsmanship, authenticity and distinctive quality. Many of the stores are unique, and several of the brands you find at Paleet are Norwegian. Here you will find the widest selection of Norwegian brands, several with their own concept stores. You will also find more in the multiband stores. One of the exciting concepts at Paleet is YME, a two-story curated universe of fashion, interior, design and art.
Cafes, restaurants and bars
From 8 in the morning, delicious pastry and coffee is served to the early birds of Oslo, at United Bakeries. The Room and Egon open their doors at 10:00, and all the other restaurants are open from 11:00.
The Room invites you to enjoy their teas, juices, wide selection of coffee, sandwiches and pastries. Or, you could ease over to Egon or United Bakeries for brunch. If it’s ice cream that tops the list, we have Ben & Jerry’s.
From lunchtime onwards, all options are open. In our food floor, Pizza Crudo is busy making homemade, Italian pasta and pizza from a wood fired stone oven. Sabaki presents a complete Japanese cuisine, including sushi, teppanyaki and robatayaki. Public Matpub is the place for beer lovers, ideal for dishes that go best with the «splash».
On our ground level, you will find Egon, the two-story restaurant with historic pictures of our proud high street on its walls. Taqueria serves authentic, street-style Mexican food, and is known as one of the best bars in Oslo. Their cocktails tell the story.
Every summer the street of Karl Johan outside Paleet is turned into a 150 meters long piazza. It is the only one in Oslo, and has become a true attraction to both citizens and tourists. It is open every day, from 11 to 23, from mid-May to mid-September.
Specialty stores and services
Dating back to 1879, the Tanum bookstore is probably the finest in Oslo. Facing Karl Johan abides Pandora with a unique selection of jewelry including hand-finished charms, bracelets, necklaces, rings, and pendants to match your personality.
As you walk into Paleet, you will find all the specialty stores at ground level: the optician Krogh Optikk, the jewellers at Gullsmed Heyerdahl, the beauticians at Kicks, our great florist at Floriss and an Vitusapotek pharmacy.
On the second floor with the fashion stores, you may also try a little pampering, Adam og Eva is ready to give you the best hair treatment, and Escape will take care of your nails.
Learn how to shop Tax Free
If you live outside Norway, Sweden, Denmark or Finland you can claim VAT refund on your purchase. In most of the stores, you will get a VAT refund cheque and we advise you to ask the sales assistant whether tax-free shopping applies to the shop in question.
If you use the tax-free shopping service offered in the stores, you may receive a cash refund when leaving Norway. There are refund points at various locations in Norway, such as airports, road borders or on-board ferries and cruise ships. Which refund point you can use depends on how you leave the country.
The minimum purchase amount in one shop (to get a tax refund check) is NOK 315 on regular goods and NOK 290 on food. In Norway, sales tax/VAT is included in the retail price. Goods must be exported in unused condition within 30 days from date of purchase. When approaching the refund counter, please make sure you have your goods, refund cheque as well as your passport/ID card.
There are two companies offering VAT refund service in Norway:
Everybody at Paleet are here at all time to assist you. English is spoken throughout the stores, but many also speak other languages.
You can reach us on telephone + 47 23 08 08 11 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our very best to make your visit a pleasant one.
For your safety or if you want to report any conditions, and if you have forgotten or lost any items, our security personnel are here to help you from early morning to late at night. You can contact them on phone: + 47 91 10 05 48 or email: Securitas.email@example.com