You will find Fiskebruket Restaurant on an island situated far from the mainland. With brunch and dinner prepared from freshly-caught seafood and produce and meat supplied by local farms, the chef offers a world-class culinary experience.
Myken is a small fishing community 32 km off the Helgeland coast. Key features in the amazing view include the jagged peaks of the Lofoten Islands, Svartisen glacier, the Seven Sisters mountain range, and the islands of Lovund and Træna. While here, do visit the whiskey distillery, consider a deep-sea fishing trip, or just sit back and listen to the sound of the surf and the seabirds.
To please your palate
Fiskebruket Restaurant takes great pride in using the best seafood from the magnificent coast of Helgeland. Likewise the meat and produce comes from nearby farmers.
There are table seating for dinner once a day, at 7 pm. The three-course menu varies with the available ingredients.
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About your hosts
It was the magnificent scenery of Myken that lured Stian Floer and Tuva Sætnøe to move here from Norway’s capital. Stian is one of Norway’s foremost chefs, a cookbook author and the founder of several restaurants in Oslo, Bærum and Tønsberg. He, his partner Tuva, and their staff they will do their utmost to give you an unforgettable dining experience.
Myken is proof that a remote island community can still thrive. It is renowned for great food, its whiskey distillery and unique accommodations. Here you can enjoy art exhibitions and concerts, or simply relax and savour the tranquillity.
The fish farm opens on 15 June and is open every day until and including Sunday 14 August.
Read more about Helgeland at www.visithelgeland.com