Eastern Norway, Norway Food Guide: 7 Norwegian food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Sandvika

August 31, 2019 Misti Hsu

Discover Restaurants offering the best Norwegian food in Sandvika, Eastern Norway, Norway.  Sandvika (help·info) is the administrative centre of the municipality of Bærum in Norway. It was declared a city by the municipal council in Bærum on 4 June 2003.
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7. Vaertshuset Baerums Verk

Vertshusveien 10, Sandvika 1353 Norway European, Scandinavian, Norwegian Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Table Service [email protected] +47 67 80 02 00 http://vaertshusetbaerum.no/english
Food
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Value
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 159 reviews

Vaertshuset Baerums Verk

Norway's oldest restaurant, built in 1640. Vaertshuset is a classic and timeless place, a real guest house with real commitment. Norwegian gourmet menu. The old barn has been renovated and can be booked for private dinners for up to 50 persons.

Reviewed By Torger D

We celebrated my wife’s birthday at Vaertshuset Baerums Verk, for the first time in many years. If possible, it was even better than the last time! The place is very rustic, it claims to be the oldest eating place in Norway. It’s a beautiful old building, filled with priceless antiques from daily life in this part of Norway. The food is very sophisticated and elegant, apart from also tasting excellent. The wine list is very impressive and should satisfy the most eager wine-buff.The staff is very friendly and helpful.A perfect setting for a very special birthday.But a little warning: It’s very expensive (but worth the money!).If you have the opportunity, do go! But I recommend that you order a table in advance.tusen takk for en hyggelig tilbakemelding og velkommen igjen.

6. Restaurant Claude Monet

Sandviksveien 184 Inside the Thon Hotel Oslofjord, Sandvika 1337 Norway Italian, European, Scandinavian, Norwegian Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Free Off-Street Parking, Accepts Credit Card [email protected] +47 67 55 66 00 http://www.thonhotels.no/hoteller/land/norge/sandvika/thon-hotel-oslofjord/mat-og-drikke-pa-hotellet/
Restaurant Claude Monet

Our a la carte restaurant is located in the centre of the Thon Hotel Oslofjord. In addition to dinner, we serve a varied breakfast buffet and a big lunch buffet with hot and cold dishes and a dessert table. At our buffet area you also get to see our chefs

Reviewed By david1949

We arrived late afternoon and after settling in, just wanted to have a meal and an early night after some long-haul travelling. Although we could see it was going to be expensive to eat in-house, we thought it would be easier and quicker than finding a place elsewhere.The restaurant is located in the atrium of the Thon Hotel, which is set up as a square with rooms facing out and inside overlooking the restaurant... quite unusual, and not much atmosphere although the tables were nicely appointed with real linen, nice glasses and cutlery.Staff were very accomodating, finding a high-chair for our grand-daughter and organising some distractions. We ordered promptly, but the meals took ages to arrive by which time the little one was grumpy and the adults were very hungry. A bit odd since there were only a handful of diners.Food was only OK, the steak was overcooked and for approx. €40+ was not good value.. welcome to Norway! Wine list was basically a choice of one red or one white and again, very expensive.

5. Sjoengen kro

Slependveien 102, Sandvika 1396 Norway Chinese, European, Norwegian +47 66 84 80 88 https://www.facebook.com/sjoengen

Reviewed By Stine Blankholm N

This is a genuine place for the real good food from back then. The food is homemade and mase just the way you remembee from then. The portions are really large! The beefstew (biffstrimler) is served with fantastic feies, and a salad with tusen Island dressing! The fun with this place is that this is not a place that tries to be retro. It is retro. IT has a small but very timeright neonsign in the Window. There is a large parkingspace, and and outdoor smokingplace with chairs and roof. The location is just outside Sandvika (1km) or aprox 15 km from Oslo, but og you drive E18, take the stop!

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4. Fire Arstider Restaurant og Pizzeria AS

Slependveien 58 ved Malerstua, Sandvika 1341 Norway Italian, European, Spanish, Norwegian [email protected] +47 67 54 55 77 https://www.facebook.com/4aarstider/
Fire Arstider Restaurant og Pizzeria AS

Fire Arstider is inspired of mediteranian kitchen, but you can find a traditional Norwegian meal during the weekdays. The pizza and sauses are homemade. The local is nicely and simply decorated. The garden is a cozy place to enjoy food and drink during th

Reviewed By HumphreyEverywhere

From the moment we stepped inside the door the ambience, delightful aromas in the kitchen and welcoming spirit of the owners thrilled us! We had no idea that the food and presentation would amaze us even more. We were served fabulous selections with recommendations every step of the way throughout our dinner. The owner visited our table to assure everything was to our satisfaction and it's important to mention that the family speaks English fluently, which is great for tourists. The desserts are made only for local restaurants and they are heavenly. This wonderful local restaurant offers a fine dining experience with all of the essentials you hope for, at affordable prices. It is right next to the train station, making it a perfect getaway for an excellent lunch or dinner.

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3. Emma Kafe

Emma Hjorths vei 66, Sandvika 1336 Norway European, Norwegian Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks Delivery, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer [email protected] +47 67 13 30 69 http://www.emmakafe.no
Emma Kafe

Reviewed By tonir948

The cafe was a stroll from Emma's Guesthouse where we were staying and was clean and simple with lovely indoor and outdoor space. We only had breakfast but it was perfect for our needs - fresh juice, bread, jam etc. Thank you so much! You are more than welkome back :-)

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2. Egon Restaurant

Kinoveien 11, Sandvika 1338 Norway American, International, European, Norwegian Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Takeout, Reservations, Buffet, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Accep [email protected] +47 67 56 91 06 http://egon.no/restauranter/sandvika
Food
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Overall Ratings

3 based on 156 reviews

Egon Restaurant

Reviewed By HowlnBubba

I don't ordinarily like or review chain restaurants, but this was our host's choice, and it was a good one. It reminds you of any one of a thousand popular family chains in the US, with its carefully planned eclectic look. But that isn't necessarily bad. This restaurant is a little loud, but we had no problem with comfortable conversation with a rarely seen relative. The food was very good, service was very good, and prices were reasonable.

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1. Vaertshuset Baerums Verk

Vertshusveien 10, Sandvika 1353 Norway European, Scandinavian, Norwegian Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Table Service [email protected] +47 67 80 02 00 http://vaertshusetbaerum.no/english
Food
Service
Value
Atmosphere
Overall Ratings

4 based on 159 reviews

Vaertshuset Baerums Verk

Norway's oldest restaurant, built in 1640. Vaertshuset is a classic and timeless place, a real guest house with real commitment. Norwegian gourmet menu. The old barn has been renovated and can be booked for private dinners for up to 50 persons.

Reviewed By Torger D

We celebrated my wife’s birthday at Vaertshuset Baerums Verk, for the first time in many years. If possible, it was even better than the last time! The place is very rustic, it claims to be the oldest eating place in Norway. It’s a beautiful old building, filled with priceless antiques from daily life in this part of Norway. The food is very sophisticated and elegant, apart from also tasting excellent. The wine list is very impressive and should satisfy the most eager wine-buff.The staff is very friendly and helpful.A perfect setting for a very special birthday.But a little warning: It’s very expensive (but worth the money!).If you have the opportunity, do go! But I recommend that you order a table in advance.tusen takk for en hyggelig tilbakemelding og velkommen igjen.

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