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Bardus Bistro

Bardus bistro is a Norwegian reflection of the traditional bistro concept and our menu is based on the ingredients and culinary history of the north…with a twist.


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....


Hjembu Gård

Hjembu farm dates back to the 1700s where there has always been a love of nature and animals. The current owner acquired the property in 1981 and has invested heavily in providing locally produced food of high quality. The farm is a family business from three generations.


Skarvens Biffhus

Steakhouse in a traditional 1820 warehouse on the quay in Tromsø. Restaurant with table service, also serving goat.


Emmas Drømmekjøkken

Gourmet restaurant beside the church park


Vollan Gjestestue - Café & Restaurant

Developing and producing our own proper food has always been a mainstay of our activities over the years. Home-made fare, cakes and bread are prepared in our own production kitchen.


Ekspedisjonen restaurant and cafe

Ekspedisjonen restaurant and cafe was established in June 2003 and offers 45 seats in charming surroundings. During the summer, one can enjoy the evening sun out at Nyksund port. The restaurant serves fresh fish from Nordland, homemade cakes and various coffees. It also provides catering throughout the year.


Saabyes Bibliotek

Visit our friendly library In Saabye's library you can find all works published by Lars Saabye Christensen. Be it all his novels, poetry, plays, films, music - including translations. All this is donated by Lars Saabye Christensen.


Restaurant Sjøstua

Sjøhussenteret is a member the "Arctic Menu" project - a network of 38 enthusiastically run eating houses in North Norway. The object of those participating is to serve both traditional and new dishes based on North Norwegian ingredients and produce, while at the same time promoting local raw materials, products and businesses and providing visitors with a taste of North Norway.
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