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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.
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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.
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.
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.
The 4 Roses AS was established in 1996 and the restaurant has since opening has been ranked among the best restaurants in the experience around food,...
The local-food store is like an attraction, when it comes to local food. This is one of few stores in Norway with so good selection of local food. It is absolutely worth a visit.
The old trading post at Støtt has been welcoming visitors for hundreds of years. On the sea route to and from Lofoten, it became a natural stopping-off point for many travellers.
Maaken Restaurant is Lovund Rorbuhotell's own restaurant located on the island Lovund
MO I RANA
In the centre of Mo i Rana, chef Svein Jæger rules Meyergården Hotel. Focusing on local products such as cheese, herbs, fruit and vegetables, you are in for a gastronomic treat. A member of the Arctic Menu Association.
The venerable Klokkergården and its restaurant is situated at the foot of Rødøyløva, a distinct mountain thus named because it resembles a lion.