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We serve food inspired by the Italian kitchen and wine that completes the meal.

Enjoy a meal in Trondheim's oldest warehouse.

 

For more information and menu, see: http://www.aisuma.no/

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Mon - Sat
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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We serve food inspired by the Italian kitchen and wine that completes the meal. Enjoy a meal in Trondheim's oldest warehouse.   For more...

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