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Sinnes Fjellstue is a modern and relaxing venue with a great view over the Sinnes Lake. This is a great place to stop whether you are interested in a quick cup of coffee or a meal.

The restaurant, with its Italian head chef, offers an exciting menu with inspiration from traditional Italian cuisine!

In the winter season, Sinnes Fjellstue is a popular place to get together for after-ski! In addition you will find a kiosk (with take-away options) and meeting rooms here.

Opening times winter 2013:

Friday 4pm - 2am
Saturday 12 noon - 2am
Sunday - 12 noon - 18pm

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  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners
  • Restaurants Restaurants
  • Pubs & Bars Pubs & Bars
  • Skiing Skiing
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