Aku Aku Tiki Bar

Oslo, Norway
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Thorvald Meyersgate 33
Oslo, Norway
Opened in 2007
Mon-Tue 6pm-1am
Wed-Thu 6pm-2am
Fri-Sat 3pm-3:30am
Sun 3pm-1am
(+47) 41 17 69 66

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Aku Aku Tiki Bar

8

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Decor 8.4
Drink Quality 8.5
Drink Selection 7.9
Mood 8
Music 8
Service 8.5
Tikiness 8.1
Tilt 7.6
Vibe 7.3

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Humuhumu’s description

Aku Aku Tiki Bar opened in May 2007, in the Grünerløkka neighborhood of Oslo. Some of the decor is on loan from the Kon-Tiki Museum
classic
Kon-Tiki Museum
Oslo, Norway
Store & Museum
7.7
, including a large canoe hanging from the ceiling. The walls are lined with straw matting. Classic tiki drinks are served in tiki mugs, and the music is a mix of Hawaiian and Exotica tunes.

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  • Hannele
  • Vegus
  • Robert Ström
  • Flamingo Fred
  • djmagus
  • Line&Stefano
  • kellyg73
  • always on the beach
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Schwafish
Schwafish has visited Aku Aku Tiki Bar.
June 11, 2016, 8:53 AM
Everything in Norway is crazy expensive. Got thing about Aki Aku is they make a stiff cocktail. Met some very fun Locals as well. Will deft go back again
StillShelby
StillShelby has visited Aku Aku Tiki Bar.
October 11, 2015, 12:33 PM
Aku-Aku is very nice and small tiki bar. Furnitures and decor are vintage.
Music is just perfect!! A mix of polynesian music, rockabilly and very good old artists like Serge Gainsbourg or Bebel Gilberto.
I went there in the afternoon so I didn't have the chance to enjoy all the beautiful lights of the place but I guess it must be beautiful!
A nice selection of drinks served in beautiful mugs. The quality of the cocktails is astonishing. Quality of ingredients (juices, home-made sirup, good old rhum) is impressive and I guess it's why it tastes so good!
But I have to say that for a North American like me, prices are very expensive... Between 18$ and 25$ for a single cocktail. A big Scorpion Mug to share costs 42$. Life in Norway is expensive...