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Food and drink in Bergen

Local food on a high level

Culinary experiences are yet another reason to visit Bergen, which is rated as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Fresh seafood and inland ingredients are prepared by a new wave of dedicated chefs like Christopher Haatuft.

Lysverket
The bar at restaurant Lysverket
Lysverket
Colonialen
Local and fresh produce at Colonialen
Colonialen
Restaurant Sky:Skraperen
Restaurant Sky:Skraperen at Mt. Ulriken
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Cornelius Seafood Restaurant
Cornelius Seafood Restaurant
Hanne Cathrin Olsen
The Fish Market in Bergen
The Fish Market
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Culinary experiences

Bergen has always been considered an open, international city of varied flavours and high culinary ambitions, and this shows on the tables.

Bergen for seafood lovers

Since the 1200s, the world-famous, traditional fish market Fisketorget has been a central provider of all the different kinds of fresh seafood that is served right now on your plate.

Eating in historical settings

Bergen has many eateries that combine history with a hearty pause in your eventful visit. The scents of the city’s typical wooden walls blend in with the local food.

Out for a coffee or drink

The many coffee shops, bars and pubs of Bergen are perfect excuses to mingle with the locals to share the Bergen way of life, at most hours.

Bergen also offers …

There is no need to wait until you’re here to find out what you’d like to eat or drink. Filter your search and check out the offers below.

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