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Kviknes Eating and Drinking

Kviknes Eating and Drinking Photo: Knut Bry Tinagent Kviknes Eating and Drinking Photo: Kviknes Hotel
Kviknes Eating and Drinking Photo: Knut Bry Tinagent
Kviknes Eating and Drinking Photo: Kviknes Hotel

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Kviknes Hotel dining room. Evening buffet and a la carte menu.
Balholm Bar serves a la carte meals.
Fully licensed. Well stocked wine cellar.
International cuisine. Local ingredients used as far as possible.

Green travel

Kviknes Eating and Drinking has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

Eco-lighthouse Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism Green travel

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Kviknes Eating and Drinking - Photo: Knut Bry Tinagent

Kviknes Eating and Drinking

Kviknes Hotel dining room. Evening buffet and a la carte menu. Balholm Bar serves a la carte meals. Fully licensed. Well stocked wine cellar. Internat...

Kviknes Eating and Drinking

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