“Anyone who doesn’t make it to Ling Ling on their Oslo trip misses something in every respect.”
Hovering at the edge of the Oslo Fjord waterfront, Ling Ling Oslo opened its doors in 2017 in the Norwegian capital. Located at the end of Ayker Brygge, the wave-shaped venue features a main dining room, hidden lounge, private dining area, outdoor seating, and a rooftop terrace with relaxing views of the nearby waterfront.
Presenting smaller plates of Cantonese dishes, Ling Ling encourages guests to discover Hakkasan’s cuisine in a different way. Featuring an innovative cocktail list, exquisite fare, and an eclectic, high-energy soundtrack, Ling Ling is designed to evolve from drinking to dining to dancing – in no particular order.
Dine, drink, dance
With sound design mastered and perfected by resident DJs, a social atmosphere, and plenty of food and beverages to share among friends, Ling Ling is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Dine on signature Cantonese plates, sip on curated cocktails, and dance around the luxe design of the indoor and outdoor dining areas, all in any order you prefer.
Experiences meant for sharing
Ling Ling bends Hakkasan’s signature cuisine into small, shareable pieces inspired by local flavors and ingredients. Dishes on the menu are designed to complement the extensive list of cocktails and beverages, instead of the other way around.
Oslo is known for its colder climate, but its summer months are perfect for dining outside to perfectly capture views of the nearby fjord. From May to September, the rooftop terrace and outdoor dining areas are open for brunch, lunch, and dinner.