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Fiskekrogen Henningsvær

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Fiskekrogen was establish 1989

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You are always welcome, either you just want a snack, or you want to enjoy a festive dinner with friends. And if you`re not hungry it is still possible to have a delightful time. We have a pub, restaurant and outdoor serving in the summer. Examples from our menu: Fish Soup, served with bread and butter. Cod tongue served with salad, cucumber and remulade. Citrus marinated Halibut served with carrot vinegar, trout caviar and crispy bacon Carpaccio of Whale served with salad of arugula, pine nuts and parmesan cheese. Hope to see you in our restaurant!

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Fiskekrogen Henningsvær

Fiskekrogen Henningsvær

You are always welcome, either you just want a snack, or you want to enjoy a festive dinner with friends. And if you`re not hungry it is still possible...

Fiskekrogen Henningsvær

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