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Fyrgryta

Fyrgryta Photo: Rolf Dybvik Fyrgryta Photo: Kjell Olsen Fyrgryta Photo: Anne S. Salvesen Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - innsikt Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - innsiden Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - inneside 2 Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - Kos Fyrgryta Photo: Restaurant Fyrgryta
Fyrgryta Photo: Rolf Dybvik
Fyrgryta Photo: Kjell Olsen
Fyrgryta Photo: Anne S. Salvesen
Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - innsikt
Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - innsiden
Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - inneside 2
Fyrgryta Photo: Fyrgryta - Kos
Fyrgryta Photo: Restaurant Fyrgryta

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Here you can watch the forces of nature up close while enjoying a great meal. The restaurant specialises in seafood. The restaurant takes group bookings in connection with courses/conferences/meetings/events throughout the year.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • parking
    • open-air tables
    • seasonal
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
  • Activities

    • exhibition

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  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners
  • Restaurants Restaurants
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Fyrgryta

Here you can watch the forces of nature up close while enjoying a great meal. The restaurant specialises in seafood. The restaurant takes group...

Fyrgryta

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