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TROMSØ

Skarvens Biffhus

Skarvens BiffHus is a steakhouse in a traditional warehouse on the quay in Tromsø

TROMSØ

De 4 Roser

Try a restaurant that is inspired by the Northern way of life and ingredients - with a French-Italian twist.

TROMSØ

Emmas Drømmekjøkken

Gourmet restaurant beside the church park

SORTLAND

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.

Kristiansund N

The Norwegian Klipfish museum

The Norwegian Klipfish Museum is situated on the island of Gomalandet in a large and well preserved wharf dating back to 1749. The wharf was used for...

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.

BARKESTAD

Local delicacies - Fishing village Skipnes

The Skipnes Fishing Village is located in beautiful natural surroundings that feature the best that Vesterålen has to offer. We serve local food, from fish to whale steak.

Hallingby

Villfisken - The wild Fish

Welcome to local store:The Wild-Fish You find the delicatessen store, The Wild Fish after a half hour's drive from Hønefoss, along the E16, direction...

TROMSØ

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.
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