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Fiskekompaniet – Local Fish

You might here, that the best fish in Tromsø can be found right by the old harbour. At Fiskekompaniet you can watch the boats through the large glass front while you are eating. You might spot a local fishing boat that has caught your fish. Depending on what the sea has to offer, the menu is constantly adapted. The dishes are hearty cooked and creatively combined.

Fiskekompaniet

Bardus Bistro - Reindeer

A varied menu adapted to the season are served in the Bardus Bistro. Great value is given to regionality when it comes to ingredients. Reindeer is an insider tip that you will find on the menu. The restaurant is less known among tourists, but you should make a reservation at the weekend to get a seat. Originally built in 1868 as a bakery and later used as a cinema, today you can enjoy various drinks at the bar after your delicious dinner.

Bardus Bistro

Mathallen - Skandinavian

The literally translated "food hall" serves high quality Scandinavian dishes. The chef's hand-picked ingredients are the secret of the food at Mathallen. Regional and seasonal products are also on the menu here. Norwegians love the restaurant's urban style, which is inspired by traditional northern Norwegian culinary traditions.

Mathallen

Kaffebönna in Tromsø

It is rumoured, that the best coffee - whether espresso or cappuccino - will be found at Kaffebönna. In addition, you will also find fine delicacies on offer. Breads and small pastries are made in the café. As with the coffee, attention is paid to high-quality ingredients and respectful preparation, and the craft of production is always being refined. You will find two branches in the city centre.

Kaffebönna (Norwegian)

Bryggejentene in Ersfjordbotn

After the best coffee in Tromsø, would you like to enjoy the best in the region? After a 30-minute drive, you will reach the village of Ersfjordbotn. Café Bryggejentene is located in an old fish factory. The coffee is roasted on site. You can enjoy small treats with your coffee or stay for lunch. The café is very popular with the locals and is especially busy on Saturdays.

Bryggejentene (Norwegian)

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