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Restaurant Marmælen, Mortsund

Restaurant Marmælen is fully licensed . Speciality: Local fish-dishes. Meeting facilities up to 50 persons. The restaurant is situated in the fishing village Mortsund, in the centre of the Lofoten islands. Welcome!


Restaurant Kjøkkenet

Exquisite food with local flavours in an nostalgic and romantic atmosphere.


Restaurant Karoline

Visit Nusfjord fishing hamlet. Experience the sense of history. Feel, see and experience the everyday life of the fishermen and village owner. The Storbrygga, the former dried fish store in Nusfjord, is now the site of Karoline Restaurant. The restaurant is one of Lofoten’s largest and most sought-after restaurants during the summer months.


Restaurant Hagestuen

Restaurant Hagestuen is situated in Fru Haugans Hotel in Sjøgata in Mosjøen.


Restaurant Lorchstua

Restaurant Lorchstua and Nyvågar Rorbuhotell is right in the middle of that special, quiet moment that you always long for.



Here you can sit right on the harbor and enjoy fine dining outdoors or indoors. Overlooking Bodøs piers.


Restaurant The Blue Fish

Enjoy a truly great meal based on fresh ingredients from the sea, while you enjoy the unique view of this ancient harbour in Henningsvær.


Restaurant Ramberg Gjestegård

Ramberg Gjestegård AS On the outer side of the Lofoten archipelago, with a gorgeous view of the great ocean and a kilometer-long sandy beach, the restaurant of Ramberg Gjestegård is located. This is where we find inspiration and make use of the resources this wild and beautiful nature so graciously offers us.


Restaurant Bevares

Contact Best Western Lofoten Hotell for more information about Restaurant Bevares


Restaurant Bojer

Our ambition is to pass on several layers of impressions, and give you a genuine and extensive culinary experience you will not be forgetting anytime soon.
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