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Kafè in Flåm centre. Breakfast, Lunch ,Dinner, coffeestop, icecreambar and fastfoodmeny. Lunch- and dinnerbuffet in the restaurant in the summerseason.
Groupmeny for privat arrangement in the restaurant.
The cafè and restaurant have together 270 seats.
We also have 380 seat in our open air terrace by the fjord and barbecues daily on our terrace from 24/6 through mid- August as well as weekends in August and September.
Ideal for groups.

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Kafè in Flåm centre. Breakfast, Lunch ,Dinner, coffeestop, icecreambar and fastfoodmeny. Lunch- and dinnerbuffet in the restaurant in the summerseaso...

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