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Vasetstølen - Home made meals

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We are known for our traditional homemade food as meat soup, rakfisk (semifermented trout), lamb, game and trout. But the most popular is rømmegrøt (a kind of sour cream mash). If you want to enjoy this speciality like the locals do, order it with spekemat (cured sausage and prosciutto).

For the children, we have a children’s menue, a play ground and some animals to pet in the summer season.

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Car E16 - Røn Panoramavegen Vaset

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Vasetstølen - Home made meals

We are known for our traditional homemade food as meat soup, rakfisk (semifermented trout), lamb, game and trout. But the most popular is rømmegrøt (a...

Vasetstølen - Home made meals

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