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Paulsens Hotell, Cafè

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At the café at Paulsens Hotell in Lyngdal you will be served tradtional norwegian and danish food, as well as freshly brewed coffee and homemade limonade. 

The café is open daily and serves lunch, dinner, pastry and drinks. 

Different events are held at the café and hotel, like bingo, open mic nights and concerts.

Categories

  • Restaurants Restaurants
  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners

Facilities

  • Atmosphere

    • romantic
    • nostalgic
  • Licensed premises

    • beer and wine
  • Food and drinks

    • lunch
    • dinner
    • daily special
    • Norwegian cuisine
    • traditional home fare
    • local dishes
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At the café at Paulsens Hotell in Lyngdal you will be served tradtional norwegian and danish food, as well as freshly brewed coffee and homemade limona...

Paulsens Hotell, Cafè

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