Ingierstrand Bad restaurant is a functionalist gem in Oppegård
This functionalist gem in Oppegård, just south of Oslo, has been restored to its former glory and is welcoming guests once again. The original pool complex was designed by the architects Schistad and Moestue, and completed in 1933.
The restaurant is open every day in the summer, and when the weather is fine you can enjoy good food and drink and the beautiful views from the large outdoor dining area. The restaurant also has a private path down to the beach where they have their very own diving tower. You can taste summery lunch dishes during the day and a choice of à la carte and three- to five-course menus in the evening.