5 best coffee shops with wi-fi in Oslo

OsloEach month, we’ll be asking our Worksnug Ambassadors to name their favourite laptop-friendly places in cities around the world. They’ll be sharing their favourite connected coffee shops, libraries and other public spaces. Next up, WorkSnug Ambassador for Oslo Johan Basberg shares his fab five.

Johan Basberg (@JohanHWB) is a game designer and WorkSnug Ambassador for Oslo.

  1. Tea Lounge
    Nice place with a small fireplace (used only in winter). The large windows (the entire wall facing the street) are kept open when its warm. Read full review
  2. Deichmanske bibliotek, Torshov filial
    As all libraries, this is a perfect place to work. Except that the chairs have no padding. There is a separate room you can sit and tap away on your keyboard without feeling like a nuisance. Read full review
  3. Coca
    Really nice place, good seats, mostly relatively quiet. Try the hot chocolate with chilli (think its called Mex). Read full review
  4. Balsam
    Calm and nice in daytime, nice music as well. Free wifi. Read full review
  5. Bistro Brocante
    Nice and small place with mostly French food. Seating inside and outside. You are required to order food Saturday and Sunday. Read full review

Let us know your favourite Oslo laptop-friendly place in the comments below.

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