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Northern Norway Nordland BRØNNØY

SVANG Restaurant & Wine Bar – in the heart of Brønnøysund

  • Storgata 68, Brønnøysund
  • +47 48464253
  •  /  km From You

Svang’s menu highlights local ingredients, and the cosy venue is ideal for occasions large and small. In addition to good dining, Svang offers snacks, wine and other refreshments.

A gem in the heart of Brønnøysund
Svang is situated on Storgata, the main street of this coastal town. The décor is a retro café style. The hosts clearly care about the ambience and do their utmost to ensure that guests enjoy themselves, whether they are stopping by for a snack and refreshments or choosing a three- or seven-course menu.

Many travellers and locals alike believe that a visit to Svang is worth the trip to Brønnøysund.

The food and culinary philosophy
The menu at Svang changes weekly. The chefs and hosts take pride in giving you a pleasant surprise:

“Every day we buy choice seafood from our local fishmonger. We take pride in basing our dishes on the best local ingredients. This includes meat as well as fish, vegetables and berries. We also offer locally-brewed beer. Our reward is seeing the look of satisfaction on the faces of our diners.”

This culinary philosophy makes dining at Svang a very rewarding experience. Good dining starts with the freshest and highest-quality local ingredients – and Helgeland has so much to offer!

Your hosts also believe that your drink should enhance your dining experience. Our knowledgeable staff will gladly suggest wine and beer pairings that complement the dishes you choose.

The word svang is well known to the natives of Helgeland and Northern Norway, and it has an interesting etymology. Svang is derived from the old Norse word svangr, meaning “empty stomach” or hungry.

So when you are hungry, reward yourself by visiting Svang Restaurant & Wine Bar.

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Opening hours

Every Tuesday-Saturday 17-23:30
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