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The Vinstoga at Rauland Høgfjellshotell, Norway - Photo: Anders Borgehed
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The Vinstoga at Rauland Høgfjellshotell, Norway Photo: Anders Borgehed

What to eat in Rauland

Rauland offers eating places serving traditional meals based on local ingredients.

The restaurants and eating places in Rauland pride themselves in serving locally produced or harvested food, providing visitors with unique food experiences.
 
Try trout from Lake Møsvatn, juniper smoked lamb sausages from the Vesås Farm, goat cheese from Haukeli, lama sausages from Øyfjell, home-made wafer thin crisp bread, locally harvested berries such as cloudberries or traditional "rømmegrøt" (sour cream porridge).
 
Rauland takes good care of its food traditions, and makes sure the knowledge passes on to the next generation, arranging courses in traditional food making.
 
During the summer you will find shops selling local food, and stone-oven bakeries serving freshly baked bread and buns.

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Last updated:  2013-02-22
Serving of a traditional meal at Djuvland Fjellgard, Norway - Photo: Svein Brimi
Serving of a traditional meal at Djuvland Fjellgard, Norway
Traditional dessert with cream, Norway - Photo: Svein Brimi
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The Vinstoga at Rauland Høgfjellshotell, Norway - Photo: Anders Borgehed

What to eat in Rauland

Rauland offers eating places serving traditional meals based on local ingredients.

What to eat in Rauland

Source: Visitnorway

About Rauland

Key facts about Rauland

The village of Rauland is located at 700 to 1,100 metres above sea level and has approximately 1,000 inhabitants.

Tourist information in Rauland

Rauland Tourist Office provides information and booking of activities, arrangements and accommodation in the regions of Rauland, Vinje and Haukeli.

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