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Vega Havhotell

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Vega Havhotell Photo: Vega Havhotell
Vega Havhotell Photo: Vega Havhotell
Vega Havhotell Photo: Vega Havhotell
Vega Havhotell Photo: Vega Havhotell

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The food served at Vega Havhotell is inspired by Vega, and of the Mediterranean. Use of local ingredients are an essential part, in which herbs and flowers are obtained from Olderåsen Farm, fish from the fish receiving at Vega and cheese from the Straumbotnen farm. The menu changes each day and consists of 5 courses.

Vega Havhotell is approved and tested by Norwegian Foodprints. The food is made from scratch, with the use of Norwegian, localproducts and displays local knowledge of food and dishes.

Latest comment from our representative

"- Great location facing the World Heritage site on the Vega Islands. Maritime atmosphere."

Price for 2 courses:
200-400 NOK

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  • Local food Local food
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The food served at Vega Havhotell is inspired by Vega, and of the Mediterranean. Use of local ingredients are an essential part, in which herbs and flo...

Vega Havhotell

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