Bellies Plant-Based Tasting Menu in Stavanger

Set inside a cozy yellow building (that used to be an old canning factory) on Pedersgata is Bellies, one of Stavanger’s most interesting and unique dining concepts. The chefs at Bellies craft a completely plant-based tasting menu that changes with the season. Vegetables are celebrated here, showcased and elevated with ingredients like almond butter and black truffle. Inspired by the bounty of Norwegian nature, there’s always something wild on the plate. This is vegan food that actually tastes good, and actually fills you up. Take it from a meat lover – the food here is so tasty you won’t even miss meat. And you won’t go thirsty – the incredible natural wine list at Bellies showcases all our favorite producers.

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Carrot tart with fermented lemon, and fried oyster mushroom with jalapeño.
Carrot tart with fermented lemon, and fried oyster mushroom with jalapeño.
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Steambun with kale, quinoa, and nutmeg.
Steambun with kale, quinoa, and nutmeg.
Steelcut oat risotto with shiitake mushroom and toasted barley.
Steelcut oat risotto with shiitake mushroom and toasted barley.
Smoked beetroot with gooseberry and horseradish.
Smoked beetroot with gooseberry and horseradish.
Renaud Bruyère et Adeline Houillon – Arbois Pupillin 2018.
Renaud Bruyère et Adeline Houillon – Arbois Pupillin 2018.
Cauliflower with almond praline and black truffles.
Cauliflower with almond praline and black truffles.
"Fastelavnsboller" and chocolate to finish.
“Fastelavnsboller” and chocolate to finish.
We highly recommend a visit to Bellies in Stavanger!
We highly recommend a visit to Bellies in Stavanger!

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Kaitlin Orr

Kaitlin Orr and Anders Husa are food & travel bloggers and creative content creators. From their base in Copenhagen, they operate the largest and most influential restaurant-focused travel blog in Scandinavia.

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