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Food and drink in Trondheim

A hearty pilgrimage for foodies

In Trondheim, the idea of “local food” has deep, natural roots that constantly find new ways. This culinary destination is nicely located in the epicentre of everything fresh from the inland and the sea.

Havfruen, Trondheim
Havfruen restaurant.
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Restauranten To rom og kjøkken
To rom og kjøkken, Trondheim.
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Baklandet Skydsstation, Trondheim
Baklandet Skydsstation, Trondheim.
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Chef preparing food, Trondheim.
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Gourmet food the Trondheim way

Credo and Fagn both have one Michelin star, and several other restaurants also serve high-class food. The tourist office of Trondheim also sells culinary walks that satisfy refined palates.

Come to Trondheim for the burgers

A new breed of enthusiasts have created their own burger joints, like Bror, Cowsea, and Døgnvill, where local ingredients are king.

Enjoy local food in historic settings

Combine some of Trondheim’s many historic sites with lunch or brunch at places like Café To Tårn in the visitor centre of the Nidaros Cathedral, or choose one of the three eateries at Sverresborg Folk Museum. There are also several cafés and restaurants in historic buildings, like Vertshuset Grenaderen and Café Ni Muser.

Sink your teeth into seafood near the Nidelven river

Stroll by the typical wooden warehouses and the rest of the harbour and bump into a variety of places to eat, where they serve seafood and other dishes.

Grab a cold one in the city of beers

Check out the numerous foaming products of proud, local beer traditions, from ØX Tap Room, via the first Norwegian independent breweries Trondhjems Mikrobryggeri, to the traditional E.C. Dahls.

Taste Trondheim’s coffee culture

There is an omnipresent scent of freshly brewed coffee in the streets, fuelled by dedicated baristas and roasters at places like Sellanraa Bok & Bar, Dromedar, and Jakobsen & Svart.

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