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Food and drink in Stavanger

Sea city on the Michelin map

A relentless hunt for the freshest local food is how the two Michelin-starred restaurants RE-NAA and Sabi Omakase inspire fellow places to eat and drink in the whole Stavanger region.

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Tango Bar & Kjøkken, Stavanger.
Photo: Tango Bar & Kjøkken
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Norsk Frukt- og Laksefest, Stavanger.
Photo: Norsk Frukt- og Laksefest
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Gladmat, Stavanger.
Photo: Gladmat
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Gaffel & karaffel, Stavanger.
Photo: Gaffel & karaffel
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Fish & Cow, Stavanger.
Photo: Fish & Cow

Stavanger Michelin restaurants and fine dining

Stavanger has recently developed its own, strong scene of hard-working chefs who take local food to new heights, producing culinary experiences that you will only get here.

Stavanger rhymes with seafood

A quick walk in the busy, narrow streets of Stavanger makes it clear that the city is surrounded by the ocean on most sides. This is indeed the place for seafood.

In for a burger or other simple meals

This city of high culinary standards also manages to make fantastic food simple at reasonable prices, served at several cosy places in and around the city centre.

Stavanger’s new and traditional places to drink

Luckily, the locals populate Stavanger’s places to drink at most hours. Just go where there are people and laughter, whether it is a cool coffee bar or a joint for drinks.

Hungry for more?

There is no need to wait until you’re here to find out what you’d like to do.
Find more inspiration on Stavanger and Ryfylke’s official website.

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