We stopped by this place two times during our stay in Trondheim. They had great coffee, delicious coffee bread, scones and great yoghurt! Try their Solsnurra, it's massive but worth it :)
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In our search for great coffee in Norway we ended up in Dromedar. We had cortado (and the barista asked about the amount of milk to be poured into it) and cappuccino - both excellent. Next to it we had a gluten-free brownie - seriously...More
The perfect spot to have your coffee in the morning and even breakfast! They have different types of coffees and the people here know their job. It was great and one of the most tasteful coffees ever tried. It worth a visit (or more) for...More
My partners new favorite word is Ostekake! We visited Dromedar twice during our stay in Trondheim. First time was a regular Mocha and Punsh cake (and Ostekake for him with the infamous Brynbaer jam). We were then told about the Chilli coffee, I had to...More
The best coffee in town BUT very expensive deserts , for example 10 macarone 149kr!!!! The quality of coffee is very good but the price i think its expensive.
Love this place. I've been to Norway three times and each time I get my coffee here every day. The staff are absolutely lovely, always friendly and happy to speak English to those of us with bad Norwegian language! Coffee is fantastic - the best...More
After exploringTrondheim on a cold and frosty morning we were pleased to find Dromedar. It was warm and inviting the service excellent and the coffee and pastries superb.
Choose the other Dromedar, this one is small, ordinary and no special. Its in the middle of the mail walk-and shopping street, and you will get a coffee - thats it.
Nice enough. Advertised as great. Crowded. Had to clear the previous persons' plates and cups to get the table, which someone else tried to get before we sat down. Coffee was fine but coffee should be fine in an espresso bar. Pastries looked no different...More