We have been at Skydsstation for lunch, suggested by a local. We were very positively impressed! Very friendly atmosphere with some magic spin. The food was great, we had a fish soup and a bacalao. Highly recommended!
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Setup to be cutesy-poo charming, good for pictures. On pleasant street filled with small coffee shops serving home-made bread, etc with out-door seating. Food here is ho-hum. Fish soup is vegetable soup with some fish. Reindeer stew is without seasoning and not worth killing the...More
This is a great spot with everything you'd hope for from a 200+ year old building that functions now as a restaurant. Intricate little rooms, well decorated to illustrate the building's life interlinked by doorways of all shapes and sizes enhance the experience of its...More
The walls lean outward. The building is tiny with just a few tables, but if you can get one you're in for a tasty treat! We came here to celebrate my niece's birthday. Their Herring Specialty is particularly famous, but we had classic Norwegian Stew...More
Had the herring buffet. Various herring preparations, tasty, but I do admit I'd had enough herring for a while after that! The buffet could be a bit more varied, there were a couple of sides but a bigger selection would have been nice. Homemade and...More
Walking into this restaurant makes you feel as if you are walking into your grandma's house. With knick knacks, wooden chairs, china plates, and a sense that the place is actually slanted, this spot has been around awhile, but by the line waiting to order,...More
I visited solo whilst on a business trip and was looking for restaurants with genuine Norwegian food. Bakklandet had some great dishes that took me back to childhood visits in my Norwegian relatives' countryside homes and farms. I understand why many city-restaurants play the mainstream...More