Trout, wild game and mountain farm animals provide high-quality ingredients. Meals are served at eating places in the area. Milk is a staple in the Hallingdal cuisine. Mountain dairy farms are open from July to September.
Specialties: Sour cream, butter, cheeses and other food made from milk, bread and griddle cakes. Småmat, lefsekling and beer are traditional party food.
Excellent ingredients from the fjord, mountains, farms and orchards provide the basis for a Hardanger menu. Farm restaurants offer home-made food of the farm's own produce.
Specialties: Trout, red deer venison, lamb, cured mutton, sausages, fruit, cheeses, lefse and cakes, home-brewed beer, apple juice and cider.
Animal husbandry, hunting and fishing provide ingredients for cheese-making, smoking or curing. Sogn's delicious cuisine is available in mountain lodges and at buffets in the region’s hotels.
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Typical food and drink in the area include apple juice and fruit from Hardanger, and trout from the Hallingdal Valley.
What to eat in the Fjell & Fjord region
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