Dining here on lutefisk or pinnekjøtt in the holiday season (mid-November to Christmas) is a time-honored tradition for many Bergensers, and tables for this time period are booked as early as the January before. A reindeer fillet in a cream sauce comes highly recommended, as do the monkfish and the venison. The hearty Norwegian country fare suits the somber, wooden dining room, which has a fireplace and old oil paintings on the walls.
Sep 17, 2004
We had one of our best "Norwegian" meals at this restaurant during a recent trip to Norway. The traditional feel of the decor is enhanced by the traditional menu. Everything was excellent and they offer basic meats and fish as well as typical Norwegian fare. We tried the Smoked Whale Carpaccio just because we were in Norway and everyone at the table loved it. Norwegian food isn't cheap, but this was our best taste of Norway for the money.