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Did you know that you can have tapas from Delicatessen delivered to your home, office or in a function room? Delicatessen Catering offer tapas catering with delivery in Oslo and the surrounding area, seven days a week. You can also pick up tapas menus in the our catering kitchen. 

Our catering kitchen is situated close to Carl Berners plass in Oslo. Here, we make lunch catering and meeting food, food boxes for preparation at home and tasty tapas menus for both large and small groups. Order catering for company parties, birthdays, christenings, funerals or other occasions – Delicatessen Catering provides delicious food that is delivered ready to serve.


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Are you wondering about anything concerning tapas catering? Read Delicatessen Catering FAQ here


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Delicatessen Catering also offer simpler snack menus with dishes that can be eaten without cutlery


More about Delicatessen Catering tapas menus

The most popular menu at Delicatessen Catering is Classic Tapas, which can be ordered in three different sizes. This catering menu contains a good selection of classic tapas dishes, with both meat, fish and vegetables. If you want a vegetarian catering menu, you can simply send an email to the restaurant or the catering department, and the chefs will adapt the menu.

Delicatessen Catering also offer lunch tapas menus or sandwiches that are perfect for meetings, courses and conferences. Send an e-mail to Delicatessen Catering if you want to order food for a larger group (over 50 people) to be sent a catering brochure. Here you will find a somewhat larger selection than the menus and dishes available on the order page; such as Pintxos and Peruvian street food menus.


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One of the food boxes that you can order from Delicatessen Catering – with classic dishes as Spanish meatballs, tortilla and Iberico products


Do you want to learn how to make Delicatessen’s meatballs at home? We have shared the recipe for albóndigas with the food magazine Aperitif – read the article here (in Norwegian)