Address: Torgalmenningen, 6, Bergen, Norway
Typical bergen fare.
Address: Valkendorgsgayen, 8, Bergen, Norway
Neptune Hotel Restaurant. Cosy decor and superb wine list.
LOFOTEN ARCHIPELAGO AREA
(The Lofoten are an immense archipelago of 80 islands located
in the Northern part of the country off Bodo and famous for its
Address: Olle Bulls Plass, 8/10, Bwegen, Morway
Bergen cuisine in a brasserie setting.
Address: Inside Svinoya Rorbuer Hotel. Postbocks
74, N-8301, Svolvaer, Norway.
In a very well-preserved early 19th Century former
Skrei (cod) marinated in aquavit with wild berries,
litefisk, Arctic berries porridge, dried Lofoten mussles.
Check their homepage: http://www.svinoya.no
Address: 8330 Honningsvaer, Norway.
A restaurant patronised by the locals for the
excellent fish. Cod caviar, smoked salmon, boknafisk with bacon, white
carrot sauce and boiled potatoes (a speciality!).
DET GAMLE RADHUS
Address: Postbocks 33, N-8380, Norway.
Located on arguably one of the most beautiful
shores in the Lofoten, this restaurant owned by an Alsatian serves whale
steak, dried whale, Russian crabs.
Address: Nedre Slottsgate, 1, Oslo.
This hotel situated in the old City Hall offers Norwegian specialties
like lutefisk (pickled fish) and great desserts.
Address: Bankplassen, 1, Oslo.
Good local fish and seafood dishes in a restaurant opposite the contemporary
KARL JOHANSFATE'S CAFES
Address: Esplanade between Karl Johansgate and Stortingsgate, Oslo.
Lively open-air cafes line the esplanade between Karl Johansgate and
Stortingsgate. The Frand Cafe is one of the most famous.
Address: Radhusgate, 11, Oslo.
In a 17th Century dwelling, this restaurant is owned by Bent Stiansen,
one of the best of Norway's best chefs.