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Traditional Norwegian cuisine. The kitchen prepares food after old recipes and tradition. Quality and handicraft are the two standards all the employees work after. Where can you still find chefs making coffee the old-fashioned way, or making dishes from scratch? They only use ingredients of the highest quality, and are particularly known for the Herefordoxes that they breed themselves, and are kept on the fields in the valley. Byrkjedalstunet makes their own meatballs with their own meat and this dish is so popular that it is on the menu every day!

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Byrkjedalstunet - Restaurant

Traditional Norwegian cuisine. The kitchen prepares food after old recipes and tradition. Quality and handicraft are the two standards all the...

Byrkjedalstunet - Restaurant

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