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Eat & Drink in Trondheim Eat & Drink in Trondheim
Eat & Drink in Trondheim.
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Food and beer city of Trondheim

Trondheim is one of the places in Norway with the strongest focus on local food – and it’s natural for local food to be accompanied by local beer.

Breweries in Trondheim

Trondhjem Mikrobryggeri has for several years run a brewpub serving its own beer and in recent years breweries such as To Tårn and Austmann have become very popular in Trondheim and further afield. Many local establishments, including pubs, cafés and restaurants, serve a wide range of excellent locally brewed beers.

Food and beer festivals

In recent years the Trøndelag Food Festival has gained a new attraction – the brewery festival. Brewers from Trøndelag and other parts of Norway gather to serve many varieties of beer, preferably together with food specially developed to accompany the beer. 

Quality and distinctive character in the country

In more rural surroundings, more specifically at Tautra an hour’s drive from Trondheim, you will discover Klostergården. It has established itself as a leading supplier of quality beer, and the beer brewed here is served at the on-site restaurant and at several of the above-mentioned restaurants in Trondheim. 

Good restaurants

To Rom og Kjøkken is one of the city’s most popular restaurants. It specialises in French inspired food based on produce from Trøndelag. If you want a drink to accompany your food, the dedicated beer waiter will be happy to provide recommendations.

Credo has for many years also been among Trondheim’s most popular restaurants. You can choose between the gourmet restaurant on the ground floor and the more informal Jossa Mat og Drikke upstairs. Regardless of which option you choose, you are assured first-class ingredients and beer from Trøndelag.

Folk & Fe in historic Bakklandet serves bistro meals prepared on a charcoal grill. Most of the produce is from Trondheim and Trøndelag, and many of the drinks are locally produced too.

The three above-mentioned restaurants are all listed in the prestigious White Guide, the Nordic region’s answer to the Michelin Guide. In the 2016 edition, Credo is ranked in third place among the restaurants in Norway.