Discover Restaurants offering the best Norwegian food in Sjusjoen, Norway including Sjusjoen Cafe, Hvelvet restaurant, Bryggerikjelleren, Heim Lillehammer, Nikkers, Lillehammer Bryggeri, Park Cafe'n, Cafe Stift, Stasjonen Cafe & Restaurant, Telemarkstunet
Telemarkstunet at Kanthaugen, Lillehammer All roads lead to Kanthaugen, whether you chose to arrive by chairlift from the bottom of Lysgardsbakkene, by car, by bus, by sleigh or by foot. A meal at Telemarktunet - a traditional Telemark farmstead - can eas
Telemarkstunet Restaurant was a very nice surprise for me. Itâs located near to the tower for ski jumping in Olympic Park. The building, the interior and the decorations are in a traditional manner. I was surprised by the very low level of the lintel between the rooms. I learnt that this is for keeping as much as possible worm inside the room. The food was delicious. I tried local beer JuleÃ¸l â¦ with good results! Was a very nice lunch.
4 based on 55 reviews
At our restaurant you can relax and enjoy time alone or with friends, family or colleagues. We have a various meny with International, local and vegan food. Eather if you will have a good lunch a ordinary dinner or just coffe and a homemade cake we are th
We had reserved for dinner with over 40 people. But we reached hours late. But they are very flexible, especially for Norwegian standard. Also unusual the usual fish, mostly tasteless and expensive in Norwegian Restaurants was quite economical and had great taste with a special gravy. The girls were attending quick and with a very friendly and personal attitude. OK, as in most Norwegian Restaurants. No desert available. Not even the local cookies. There was even time for a stroll through the pedestrian area with lively pups in two minutes walking distance
4 based on 83 reviews
After arriving into Lillehammer via train and taking a three minute stroll, you begin to see the sweet quaintness Lillehammer has to offer. Another minute of walking and you meet the historic Kulturhuset Banken, the culture house of Lillehammer. Set on th
Looking for a quick lunch and some thing different try this spot Good service and great food and also very busy spotGive it a try.
4 based on 96 reviews
Simply superb setting with great service, we enjoyed sitting outside with the late afternoon/early evening sun warming us and bathing the wonderful park in a golden yellowOne of the best toast Skagen sandwiches I ever had (very generous portion and great presentation), the bread was firm and crispy (at first I was disappointed it was not dark bread like in Denmark but after tasting it I was actually happier), the shrimp tasty and the well spiced, just perfectThe baked salmon was overcooked but sooo tasty and yet again the presentation was perfect.And very reasonable prices, the combination together with helpful staff made this a truly memorable evening, I highly recommend coming here if the weather is good for a great meal.
4 based on 77 reviews
Closed in 1983 - reopened in 2006. A short summary of something sorely missed. However, thanks to the efforts of local enthusiasts, with a passion for history, culture and quality beer, the wait is over and Lillehammer Bryggeri has been reborn. The brewer
This is the reviva lof the old Lillehammer Bryggeri,now a micro brewery with licence to serve aquavitt in unknown numbers.Local food, elk burger an a bratwurst from Ringebu and some local fish as well. Only open four days a week in the evenings. This is much based on local patriots and not run for a huge profit. Charming interior in the old cellar filled with photos and "things" from Lillehammers' industrial past all long gone .Of pipefactories there were wto G Larsen and Mesna.
4 based on 458 reviews
Nikkers came by it's name because of the style of pants worn by staff. In winter they apparently wear the traditional high wool socks with ribbons. Today we saw what we would call capri's. We were suggested this place by our tour guide and decided to go right after getting settled in our room. We arrived at the pub side just as some people were leaving. Staff told us that the pub was booked for a closed group of fifty at 7 but they could serve us first. (We came just before 6). The ambience was very nice with lots of traditional Norwegian items and pictures on the wall and a moose head on the back wall. Staff told us the aim is to make people feel they have some of the country in the city. The moose burgers had been recommended to us so we started with that. Mine had to be adjusted as I am on a low sodium diet and the chef did an excellent job changing some of the traditional toppings to grilled vegetables and leaving sauces off. My french fries also came without salt. Both of us very much enjoyed our burgers . For dessert we opted for the lemon tart served with vanilla ice cream, hazel nuts and lingonberries. It was excellent. It was z most enjoyable meal with excellent service. Prices were a little higher than we are used to for a similar type of meal but we had been warned that things are more expensive in Norway. The bill came go approx $110. Cdn before tip.
4 based on 456 reviews
Heim er en gastropub etablert i 2014. Vi er et sted som vil sette gode kombinasjer mellom mat og drikke i fokus. Menyen var har et rustikt preg og du far et godt utvalg av bade sma og store retter i varierte prisklasser. Heim jobber kontinuerlig for a opp
We sat down at Heim with good friends to have a late warm lunch passing Lillehammer travelling towards Oslo. Heim is a cool modern place with dimmed lights and Gastropub is the right name. A modern place to meet and have easy tasty meals. Located ideally at the north end of the Main Street which is a must to visit when seeing the Olympic city Lillehammer. Many tempting courses on the menu and I ended up having the wild-mushroom soup with chorizo, spring onion and toasted bread from sourdough. Very tasty. Well done. Highly recommendable!Hei! Tusen takk for hyggelig anmeldelse av oss og for at du tok deg tid til Ã¥ skrive en tilbakemelding. HÃ¥per vi ser deg igjen snart pÃ¥ et nytt besÃ¸k hos oss. Velkommen Heim :)
4 based on 381 reviews
The restaurant is one of the town's most popular, and is located in the old Lillehammer Brewery's beer cellar dating back to 1855. Guests can enjoy the best a la carte menu in town, but remember to make a reservation when you are planning a visit. The ele
We ate here with another family and enjoyed it immensely. We had the fajita tower which was very good. Also the seafood soup was delicious. My friend had Halibut and said it was the best she had ever eaten. Very high quality, great service and interesting atmosphere
4 based on 379 reviews
I've dined here twice and was very satisfied and impressed both times. There are not too many menu choices, which allows the kitchen to concentrate on top quality and efficiency, even when there are a lot of customers. The recipes are not really creative, but not oversimplified, either, with some nicely subtle sauces and condiments. The room is unfortunately noisy when crowded, with guests' conversations accompanied by a muffled rock beat. Decor is dark, rustic, and open, rather than romantic or cozy.
This is a really nice cafe with very friendly staff and good hot drinks, food looked good as well. We went here most days for some apres ski, its next to the supermarket and the ski shop so its makes an evening outing. Worth a visit
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