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Fossheim Turisthotell - restaurant

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Fossheim Turisthotell - restaurant Photo: Fossheim Turisthotell
Fossheim Turisthotell - restaurant Photo: Dreyer-Hansley
Fossheim Turisthotell - restaurant Photo: Dreyer-Hensley
Fossheim Turisthotell - restaurant Photo: Nord
Read more: Svein Garmo
Read more: Bar

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When you come here we want you to feel that you are visiting our home. At Fossheim we are concerned with upholding traditions. Originally a coaching house, opened in 1897 by the Garmo family, Fossheim can now accommodate about 100 people. All rooms have bath/shower and WC. Good food is a feature of Fossheim. Its cuisine has been developed over many years, with Norwegian tradition and good produce at its heart. The head chef is Kristoffer Hovland, Chef of the Year in 2004 and former member of the Norwegian national cookery team. Various menus are available at Fossheim, ranging from simple dishes to a long wine list, and during the season a cold buffet is available daily.

The Herb Garden is our outside area. Weather permitting, it is open for light meals, salads or something sweet. How about a glass of rosé wine whilst enjoying the sunset over Skim?
Open daily 12.00 – 22.00 during the season.

Fossheim Turisthotell - restaurant 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.

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"At Fossheim we are committed to keeping traditions alive."

Facilities

  • Food and drinks

    • à la carte
    • Norwegian cuisine
    • traditional food
    • outside dining area
    • local dishes

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When you come here we want you to feel that you are visiting our home. At Fossheim we are concerned with upholding traditions. Originally a coaching...

Fossheim Turisthotell - restaurant

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