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Mares Restaurant

The seafood restaurant Mares serves the best from the sea in a casual atmosphere at Frogner. The menu depends on which ingredients are available on t...


Fløien Folkerestaurant

Visit Fløien Folkerestaurant at the top of Mount Fløyen - perhaps the best way to experience Bergen. One of Bergen's most unusual restaurants, with amazing view and innovative cuisine with respect for traditions. Max capacity: Banquet: 290. Reception: 450.


Spisestedet Troldhaugen

Spisestedet Troldhaugen is a cafeteria and event venue situated next to Edvard Grieg’s home. Food and drink are provided by Bellevue Catering directly from Lyststedet Bellevue.


Hotell Frøya - restaurant

Hotel Freya offers local dishes, based on the best ingredients in the region.  Besides a lot of good fish and shellfish, is also served deer and wild...


Lyststedet Bellevue

Lyststedet Bellevue is magnificent placed in a quiet residental area with a spectacular view over Bergen. Open all year for private arrangements. The banquet facilities can cater for 10 - 225 guests.


Skaslien Gjestgiveri

Guesthouse whith a homely atmosphere. Single double rooms available.If your visits is work-related, we can offer excellent facilities where you can cou...
Price for 3 courses: 400-600kr



Neighbourhood café next to Grønlands torg that serves good open-faced sandwiches and simple lunch dishes. You can also get dinner or just have a drink....

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Klubben - Banquet facilities

The dining facilities of “Klubben” are under Hotel Norge’s management. The banqueting rooms has its own special atmosphere.


Skjelbreid Poirée

Skjelbreid Poirée is the perfect place for combining business with our outdoor activities. Meals are provided by the best of Norwegian and French ingredients, and the lodge has room for 30 persons. We provide quality, and Norwegian homely “cottage feeling”.
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