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The old trade post restaurant at Støtt

På Gammelbutikken restaurant kan du spise av At the old trade post Støtt you can visit a restaurant that serves good sea food. Støtt Brygge uses only the finest and fresh produce. Pherphaps you will eat on the dock overloking the islands.


Kjelen Cafè

Café Kjelen is located at the heart of Saltstraumen, with the best view and fishing spots there.


Mon Ami Restaurants

Breakfast- Lunch – Dinner. An oasis of temptations and pleasant atmosphere. You can find us at City North and Glasshuset.


Cafè Gidsken

The Norwegian Aviation Museum also includes – Café Gidsken: Café Gidsken is the Norwegian Aviation Museum’s restaurant (www.luftfart.museum.no ). The café serves various types of coffee, cakes, sandwiches and light meals.


Bodø hotell resturant

At our restaurant "Det lune hjørnet" you will enjoy Bodø Hotel’s pleasant, relaxing atmosphere. The furnishings and our staff alike will ensure a cosy...


Rognan hotel gourmet resturant

Our restaurant offers tasty meals with wonderful views of the Salten Fjord.



At Passadores you can experience genuine Brazilian Churrascaria. Churrasco is the Brazilian word for grill. It is a 3,000 year old culinary tradition originating in southern Brazil.


Resturant Kjerringøy brygge

Restaurant, café and pub on the quayside in enchanting surroundings with a beautiful view of the Vestfjord and the Lofoten mountains.



restaurant house, with several departments, centrally situated in the glass arcade, Glasshuset. We have a pleasant and informal atmosphere, equally as suitable for every day use as for the more important occasions. Our menu is extensive and varied, adapted to suit our lunch, dinner and evening guests.


Fykantrappa - hiking in historical surroundings

The Fykantrappa was built in 1919 by workers called «Rallare», kind of wandering and poor people living on a day-to-day basis. The staircase was needed to be able to build the hydropower station in Glomfjord. Today a wonderful experience in the footsteps of Ralllaren.Walk it with a guide, or on your own.
12 000 NOK for guided trips on Fykantrappa
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