A feast of flavours awaits in Norway’s restaurant. Here you will find many different varieties, from seafood restaurants with local ingredients to exquisite tastes originating from all over the world.
Right now, in an old, forgotten part a of a city in Norway, yet another abandoned building is being totally renovated to house a new restaurant concept eager to welcome a curious crowd. Follow the scent of fresh, local food and find an empty table – maybe even one with a view. In Norway, you’ll be sure to find the culinary experiences that fit your budget.
The Norwegians’ steadily increasing enthusiasm for spending time and money eating out is helping to create a huge surge of new style restaurants and easy-going eateries all over the country, from the major cities to the most remote places where the beauty is bigger than the population.
Norwegian chefs go abroad to work at the most renowned restaurants in the world before their return home to open their vision of a restaurant. The country, and especially cities like Oslo and Bergen, has also become somewhat of a hub for foreign chefs and aspiring professionals willing to come and learn about how to renew Norwegian food traditions.
The result is a multitude of choices for you who believe that good food is one of the main ingredients of a holiday. Check out the many new places, and take your time to enjoy the old-timers, and eat your way through multi-starred Michelin restaurant and low-key concepts.
The restaurant Maaemo in Oslo was awarded three stars in The Michelin guide in 2016 and kept them in 2017. This is the first time a Norwegian restaurant has been given this many stars in the guide.
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