Oslo’s final remaining hotdog kiosk serves up boiled sausage with fiery mustard. It’s low cost, comforting and tastes explosively marvellous

Neglect hygge, the cosiness of having fun with life’s easy pleasures. The unique Nordic life-style development was all in regards to the final in consolation meals: hotdogs. The Syverkiosken is an Oslo landmark. The kiosk, close to to Alexander Kiellands plass, has been serving hotdogs since 1979. And with costs ranging from 20 krone (£1.90), it’s one of many metropolis’s least expensive snack choices.

However there’s extra to the Norwegian love of hotdogs than only a low cost snack. There was once greater than 40 such kiosks round city however late-opening Syverkiosken is the final one standing, heading off low cost hotdogs from comfort shops with its household recipes and retro-fashion type.