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Night Pig


Formerly known as the original Lille Saigon, this hidden gem off main street Torggata is a four-story building filled with old world charm. Due to Corona, the 'Pig was unfortunately closed down in 2020.

Night Pig was conceived by Ann's upbringing and travels around Asia, drawing inspirations from places like The Junk in Kuching, Borneo, to jazz-club Studio Lam in Bangkok, to The Fucking Place in Taipei.

The menu began as a classic izakaya -- a late night or afterwork drinking haunt with Japanese "tapas" like dishes -- but over the years our two Portuguese head chefs, albeit formally schooled in sushi, have pushed creativity around traditional Japanese pub food.


Downstairs is walk-ins only, with one of the largest sake selections in Oslo, Asian beers and bizarre liquors for all discerning buds to try. Our cocktails, like our popular house Tea Garden Martini, is infused with rare Asian oolongs and carefully concocted flavor. 

Night Pig hosted a Jazz Supper Club whereby live jazz on Wednesdays accompanied a 3-course menu, bringing some of the top and up-and-coming names in the Norwegian jazz scene for unique improv collaborations. Poster artwork series by the Japanese illustrator, Kanade Sangawa.


- Permanently Closed -



Japanese izakaya




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"Koselig nattegris: Night Pig i Oslo er et hyggelig tilskudd til Oslos uteliv, en izakaya der god småmat og alskens drikke skaper trivsel og velvære ut i de små timer."


NOV 2018



All Photos by Eric Christian King & Gustavo Ribeiro

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