Best Seafood restaurants nearby. Discover the best Seafood food in Lysaker. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Seafood restaurants near you.. Lysaker is an area in Bærum municipality, Akershus county, Norway. Lysaker is the easternmost part of Bærum, and borders Oslo proper. Lysaker was initially a farming community, later becoming a residential area. Today it is primarily known as a business and trade area, and a public transport hub. It is considered part of Stor-Oslo (Greater Oslo), and is home to offices of numerous domestic and international businesses.
4 based on 643 reviews
Thank you to all our guests for another fantastic summer season. We are looking forward to our 27th season which starts on May 2nd 2020. Have a great winter and welcome back. Solsiden Restaurant is a seafood restaurant where we use only the best raw mater
We had a lovely dinner here. The evening started and ended with a nice walk along the harbor. We arrived to a somewhat humble appearing building, but the inside was very pleasant and cozy. There are large open air windows in the summertime. There is a nice view of the water and the sunset. We had the seafood platter, and found it delicious. We could not finish it. We were surprised that nearly all the seafood was served cold, although it was cooked perfectly. Included were local crabs, lobster, scallops, shrimp, and giant king crab legs. The impressive arrangement of the seafood tower made me joke that this was âNorwegian pizza.â A side dish of mussels was served warm, but I would have liked it hot. The bread was OK. There is no melted butter, but they do give you a variety of mayonnaise based sauces and salsa. We had a bottle of Chablis that had the Solsiden label on it, and it went nicely with the seafood. Bring your gold or platinum credit card along, as you will pay dearly for this very nice meal.
5 based on 48 reviews
Welcome to The Salmon. Naturally, our menu includes mostly SALMON Norway's most exported food, and the delicacy Norway is most famous for worldwide. You can enjoy classic dishes here, where the fish is processed using hundred year old methods and traditio
The restaurant is focused on salmon preparations. I loved a lot of sushi and a three-course dish of cooking salmon. Serving was not very professional, and the bottle of sparkling wine could be cooler. I recommend this place, the food is tasty and the place is pleasant
4 based on 382 reviews
Sjomagasinet is a big seafood concept on the waterfront at Tjuvholmen. Tjuvholmen Sjomagasin consists of a restaurant, a seafood bar, a fish shop and a knowledge centre regarding fish, seafood and suitable wines. The food is prepared in an innovative an n
We hadn't realised when we booked, very early on, that it would be a special degustation meal. My Partner couldn't cope with the size of the meal, but the waiter didn't flinch when she just wanted shrimps with some delicious bread and champagne. I had the full meal which was just fabulous as we expected, and indulged on some champagne and a Pfalz Riesling. As expected, quite expensive, as you expect in Norway, but good value for the costThanks.Welcome Back.
Giving a shout out to the fine chefs at the Schlagergarden Kafe. Super delicious food at reasonable prices. The menu changes daily and offer well prepared, seasonal food from scratch.There is a big bookcase of cookbooks by the entrance that these creative cooks use regularly. It was difficult to decide what to order here because it ALL sounded so delicious. Nothing too fancy, but real home style fare.We split a lot of small plates in addition to fresh soups and salads and sandwiches. It is a casual affair and out of the city centre but worthwhile finding. The restaurant itself is a very old farm house and has a pleasant, comfortable dining area. I am guessing that most of the diners are regulars and local. It felt as if we were visiting someone in their home. After eating in many restaurants in Oslo, this one was our favorite and most memorable. The bread is amazing, the chef owners are extremely lovely people and enjoy doing what they do and it shows. Wish we had room for dessert, they looked so tempting. Come here and enjoy a taste of real Oslo, off the beaten track.
At the Codfather, we only use fresh high quality ingredients. The cod is of Norwegian origin from the west coast, it is line caught and hand filleted. We do not use frozen chips, we import the potatoes from the UK and produce our chips in house. All the c
I hesitate to say âbest fish and chips in Osloâ because Iâve only tried a handful of places, but itâs certainly the best Iâve had around the city, and certainly the most reasonably priced.The fish itself was absolutely perfect. I donât think Iâve had fresher cod before, but I did literally arrive as the owner was taking a shipment. It wasnât overly breaded, either, which can be an issue. The chips + tartar were also amazing.I also donât typically like mushy peas, but these were good!I agree with other commenters that this place would be difficult to visit in the wintertime unless you are a snowman. But if enough people go eat this guyâs food, maybe heâll get a bigger indoor dining room.Thank you very much for your positive comments. Like Norwegians say "there is no bad winter, there is bad clothing" and in the winter month we have outdoor fires where people can sit.
5 based on 45 reviews
Poke is a Hawaiian dish consisting of marinated raw fish, cut into cubes, mixed with fresh fruits and vegetables over a filling base. With us you can choose between bases such as rice, whole grain rice or just salad. Poke is also called "surfers sashimi"
Healthy and delicious salads whether ordering off the menu or custom-made. We've been in Oslo for 2 days and already ate from Zawai 3 times. Each salad was great and decently priced. Highly recommended.
4 based on 1047 reviews
My wife and I recently had dinner at Rorbua and enjoyed our meal. We arrived much earlier than the time we reserved and they had no trouble accommodating us. Staff were very friendly and efficient. I started with a smoked reindeer appetizer, which was very good. I then had the Taste of Norway dish, which included several different kinds of meat including whale, deer, reindeer and beef. I enjoyed that one as well. My wife ordered their summer salad, which was huge and very tasty. They have a large selection of beers and we wound up getting beer from Mack (located in Tromso). I would go back. Also, just a warning - I don't know how often this happens, but a large tour group came in for dinner while we were there.
5 based on 57 reviews
As others have written, Vladimir Pak offers extraordinary sushi and a memorable evening. I have eaten in many leading sushi restaurants in Europe and nothing compares. The atmosphere, background music, ambiance match the excellence of the food and the optional wine menu. And of course Mr Pak and his two assistance are themselves part of the perfect performance. Yes, dinner is expensive, but a unique culinary experience. Irrespective of one's personal economy, the food may not be for everybody. The tastes aim to be as pure as possible, based on first-class largely Norwegian fish and shellfish, and marvelous sushi rice. For those who can appreciate subtle tastes and textures, welcome to Sushi Heaven.
4 based on 783 reviews
Fjord offers exciting varieties of fish in all forms. The restaurant changes its menu every month so that guests can experience new tastes each time they visit the restaurant. As a guest at Fjord you can always be sure that the food is made from the best
Just a couple of blocks off of Karl Johans Gate, in the heart of central Oslo sits this outstanding, elegant restaurant. The inconspicuous exterior opens up to a much nicer interior. Reservations are highly recommended, since the place tends to be full for weeks. It is closed Sundays and Mondays. The 3, 4, 5 or 6-course menu changes frequently, based on the season and available, high quality ingredients. Wine pairing is available, although not mandatory. Our dinner started with a delightful glass of champagne, followed by a Salmon tartar, Witch flounder with Crab sauce, Mink Whale, Fried Halibut and concluded with an apricot and banana creation, followed by a Strawberry Parfait. Each course was accompanied by well-selected wines that enhanced the flavor of each dish. On of us had multiple allergies, especially to seafood. The chef was very willing to work with us and prepared substitute dishes wherever it was necessary. Service was outstanding and we felt warmly welcome.
5 based on 187 reviews
(The restaurant is closed in july 2019) When Nordic ingredients meets Japanese preparation it becomes both intimate and social. We focus on sharing our knowledge of taste to create an open and informal atmosphere. If you give us the opportunity our chefs
We chose this amazing restaurant for my Birthday celebration and it was 100% worth it!Very tranquil, relaxing, romantic atmosphere, cozy, comfy sofa and chairs, and the personnel was marvelous, super helpful and extremely friendly!We tried the five-course dinner with an appetizer and a small dessert. Exceedingly high quality of each dish and superb taste!We â¤ï¸the place and will totally recommend it to everyone!Keep up the good work, guys!Youâre awesome!
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