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The restaurant is super cute and cozy. There's a possibility of sitting outside and wanted to because its sunny but i can't coz its too cold because of the wind at the same time😁. Ate here for dinner. The menu limited but enough options to...choose from. They even have vegan or vegetarian options. The food is really good. Ordered fish with white sauce and potato boats on the side and lemon cake for dessert.More
Food in Lofoten is normally good, but here I was VERY disappointed.
Ordered a sandwich with lamb. It took a long time to get it served, and it was tragi-comic when having it served. It looked like a seven year old had made it. Dry...normal toast with butter. Loaded with chopped lamb. One small piece og salat, cucumber and tomatoe aside. Dry and NO taste.
The chef need to do some self evaluation and self critic. This is not what Ramberg deserves.More
Date of visit: September 2020
bogdano128, Owner at Kafe Friisgarden, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2020
First you didn't order sandwich with lamb but smørbrød med strimlet lamb what means toast with shreded lamb and you got it on toasted home baked bread. If it was so bed why you and your partner eat all of it. So it means it...More
What a great little place! We really enjoyed the atmosphere here; a cute little house with a warm welcome. The food was excellent and the prices were very reasonable (for Norway). We had beautiful crisp fish and crinkle chips. The regular coffee was excellent; the...cake even better. All in all a cut above the regular café experience with a friendly owner who clearly enjoys what he does!More
Inexpensive and charming lodging, if you don't mind sharing a rather run down bathroom with the other guests. Breakfast was fantastic, and the outdoor seating is great - on both sides of the house, so you get the morning sun with a view of the...mountains ans well as the evening sun facing the ocean.
The major challenge was the smell of frying oil - the café obviously serves a lot of fried food, and this smell is lingering in all hallways, not at all pleasant. But if you can ignore that, the rest is good value fo rmoney.More
I don’t recommend this place. The owner is grumpy and not welcoming alone. The whole place is a one man show so it takes long to get food served. The food does not taste good. The fish was frozen, not fresh. Quite hard to believe...that you would eat frozen fish in Lofoten. It is cold inside the place.More
Date of visit: July 2020
bogdano128, Owner at Kafe Friisgarden, responded to this reviewResponded 17 July 2020
Well, if it was AS bad AS you wrote why than yours and yours friends plates where absolutely empty when I went to clean your table. And getting ungry because I asked you to change the table because you choose one already market as reserved...More