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Kristiansund N

Kristiansund Innlandet - Old town

Innlandet is the smallest of the town’s islands or “lands” and has the best preserved houses from Old Kristiansund, as the city was bombed during the...

STOKMARKNES

Restaurant ’Bølgen’, Vesterålen Kysthotell

The Restaurant is a pleasant, informal restaurant. We serve coffee, vafles, light snacks and a la carte menu. Our menu features good, homemade food. We also create menus for special celebrations. The restaurant can be booked for private gatherings such as birthdays, anniversaries, company events etc.

Lena

Sogstad Gårdsbutikk

Sogstad Gårdsbutikk is a charming and cosy farm shop with lots of exciting products on its shelves. Here you can buy locally produced, fresh vegetable...

Leira i Valdres

Strandmo Stølsysteri, Breiset

Are you looking for traditional home made butter and cheese? Come and visit us! We have our own production and farm store where you can buy award...

SORTLAND

Ekspedisjonen Blåbrygga

Ekspedisjonen Blåbrygga in Sortland is our lunchbar. It is located in the old Hvitbrygga, which is one of the town's oldest docks. In the summertime the lunchbar transforms into one of Sortland's finest restaurants, serving both lunch and dinner. Day and night we offer an inspired menu including local ingredients from land and sea.

Etnedal

Gardsis frå Valdres - Valdres ice cream

Our homemade ice cream has a rich, full taste and contains no artificial additives. For production we use milk and cream from our own cows and egg yo...

Torjulvågen

Tingvollost - open farm shop

Familiy run farm dairy renowned for their award winning white- and blue cheeses made from the farm’s own cow’s milk.

Finnøy

Ryfylke Livsgnist and Ryfylkekokken

The Ryfylke Chef – Frode Selvaag – is born and bred in Ryfylke. Originally from Sandeid, he now operates from Finnøy. Confused? You don’t need to be....
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