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Brasserie 69grader Nord

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Brasserie 69grader Nord Photo: Brasserie 69 NOrd
Brasserie 69grader Nord Photo: Brasserie 69 NOrd
Brasserie 69grader Nord Photo: Brasserie 69 NOrd
69° N Brasserie is a new restaurant in Tromsø. What could fit better than a brasserie in the centre of a city known as the “Paris of the North”?

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69° N Brasserie is a new restaurant in Tromsø. What could fit better than a brasserie in the centre of a city known as the “Paris of the North”?

We serve food based on the finest local ingredients, and our chefs provide a French twist for the final result. Our goal is to offer the best from two exciting and traditional culinary worlds!

Our brasserie is situated in Tromsø’s main pedestrian street at Storgata 73, in a cosy old building with long restaurant traditions. We’ve been cooking food here for more than 15 years and we’re looking forward to continuing.

All that remains is to say is welcome to all lovers of Norwegian and French food. Bon appétit!

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10/1/2012 - 5/31/2013
Mon - Sat
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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69° N Brasserie is a new restaurant in Tromsø. What could fit better than a brasserie in the centre of a city known as the “Paris of the North”? We se...

Brasserie 69grader Nord

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