Looks more posh from the outside, but pleasant non-pretentious pub from the inside. Friendly, great for a pint and nibbles.
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Two friends dropped in for a beer a late evening. Few people, so waitress came to table. Ordered two Norwegian pints - draft beer. They had several bottled beers. It's a place also possible to eat. Nice interior, a bit old fashioned style. It's in...More
We had a great night celebrating The Sámi National Day with friends, singers, yoikers, actors and musicians and we were allowed to sing, dance and yoik. It was an amazing ans wonderful night, and very patient and nice staff working behind the bar
We were a little concerned that one of our favourite haunts had slipped. However we have to disagree with those folks that suggest the food or the service is not what it used to be. Despite our normal ‘rules’ of trying to go to as...More
I was there with colleagues for a new years dinner. The food was OK, but not good. The service wasn't much to brag about either. The dining experience all in all was very poor. I will not go back there and I would not recommend...More
Used to be one of the cosiest pubs in town, recently equipped with IKEA mirrors and lamps for some strange reason. An obvious bad blend of styles. Still, ok service and a decent selection of beers
The pub itself is ok. But there is something fundamentally lacking in their approach to service and food. They claim to have the best baccalao in town, but personally I found no more than four tiny bits of fish in the dish, allthough fish should...More
This was my second visit here and it was just as good as I remembered it, actually better! Their menu is not extensive but it seems everything they have on it is delicious. Right from when we entered we were made to feel welcome and...More
Dropped by for a Hansa beer on tap ! Ice cold, nice head and a Bergen beer served in Trondheim - what's this world coming to !