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Trollsalen Restaurant

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Trollsalen Restaurant Photo: Esben Haakenstad
Read more: Trollsalen Restaurant, Haakenstad
Read more: Trollsalen Restaurant, Haakenstad
Trollsalen Restaurant Photo: Esben Haakenstad
Read more: Trollsalen Restaurant, Haakenstad

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Trollsalen, one of Norway's most unique restaurants, is tucked away inside the fairy-tale grotto at Hunderfossen Family Park. Six large trolls support the roof, and the walls are decorated with enchanting scenes from well-known folktales. Here you can enjoy delightful meals from our à la carte menu, based on ingredients harvested from local rivers, forests and mountains.
The restaurant is open for groups. 30 people minimum.

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Transportation


Trollsalen Restaurant is located in Hunderfossen Family Park, 16 km north of Lillehammer. To find us, simply follow the signs from E6 between Oslo and Trondheim.

Facilities

  • Food and drinks

    • Christmas buffet
    • Norwegian cuisine
    • traditional food
    • fish and shellfish
    • lunch
    • private catering
    • local dishes
    • children's menu
    • dinner
    • special location
  • Credit cards

    • Diners Club
    • Eurocard
    • Visa
    • MasterCard
    • BankAxept
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
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Trollsalen Restaurant - Photo: Esben Haakenstad

Trollsalen Restaurant

Trollsalen, one of Norway's most unique restaurants, is tucked away inside the fairy-tale grotto at Hunderfossen Family Park. Six large trolls support...

Trollsalen Restaurant

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