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Svinøya Rorbuer offers visitors a unique dining experience. Our old quayside warehouse has been turned into an exquisite restaurant: "Børsen Spiseri".

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The old trading atmosphere that once prevailed in these premises has been maintained by careful redecoration and refurbishment. The genuine, tar-coated timber work in the walls and floors provides you with a flavour of the busy days of old. The small windows allow sufficent light to create a warm and cosy environment. Enjoying a delighful home made meal, prepared by our first class chefs in a genuine old-fashioned Lofoten atmosphere, will give you value for your money - together with a most memorable experience.

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The old trading atmosphere that once prevailed in these premises has been maintained by careful redecoration and refurbishment. The genuine, tar-coate...

Børsen Spiseri

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