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North Norwegian Cuisine

Cod, coley, Atlantic halibut, herring, haddock and red bream from the most bountiful sea in the world, reindeer, elk, sheep and goats from the Northern Norwegian forests, mountains and plateaus. The food in Northern Norway is among the very best. Atlantic cod in February, a festive reindeer stew served in a Sami tent, fresh coley cooked on the shore on a summer evening or some lefse (Norwegian flatbread) with sugar, butter and brown cheese at a ferry café; the food is both varied and entertaining in Northern Norway. 

Støtt

The tiny island community of Støtt, with 35 inhabitants, offers gourmet food in historic surroundings, and accommodation in old beds under down duvets. Støtt has always been...  Read more

Miscela – the new way of drinking coffee

People in the blue town drink black coffee. Miscela is the name of one of Sortland's most popular meeting places, a sociable place with a wonderful aroma of fresh coffee.  Read more

The food is half the journey

Northern Norwegian food is extremely simple. Why would you want to overwhelm all those delicious ingredients with powerful spices and sauces when you are enjoying the freshest  Read more

Emma, a dream woman in Tromsø

With good help from many years of cooking experience along with an enthusiastic and professional staff – as well as an imaginary dream woman – Anne Brit Andreassen has...  Read more

Tinja Mountain Logde - Gourmet and Solitude

When you come to Tinja to hike in the mountains and to eat well, you don’t know what you’re going to eat or where you’ll be walking. The many repeat visitors think that’s...  Read more

Gammelbua in Reine

The Gammelbua restaurant in Reine, West Lofoten, is the place to be if you want to try traditional local fish dishes like boknafesk, mølje and whale meat. Get your palate...  Read more

Røkenes Farm

At Røkenes Farm, the 10th generation of the Kulseng family welcome guests to dine on the finest china and crystal in a beautiful Nordland house from 1750. The service is...  Read more

Hildurs Urterarium - A herbarium of taste and scent!

The common evening primrose was popularly believed to be a remedy against grumpy wives. But we are more inclined to believe that a meal at Hildurs Urterarium at Tilrem near Br  Read more
 
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