Colonialen Litteraturhuset in Bergen Hearty & Modern Nordic Food

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Colonialen Litteraturhuset is the largest and most easygoing eatery in the restaurant portfolio of Ken and Laila Skorge. I went here for lunch one day and enjoyed a very decent two-course meal, selected from the à la carte offering on the waiter’s recommendation. Gnocchi with braised carrots and parsley roots, buttery toast, and ramson emulsion was the highlight. Tartar with red onions, crispy potato chips, and shaved cured egg yolk was not equally impressive, but tasty nonetheless.

Looking for more great spots for food and drinks in Norway’s second capital? Check out my foodie map of Bergen.

Colonialen Litteraturhuset in Bergen
Colonialen Litteraturhuset in Bergen
Gnocchi with braised carrots and parsley roots, buttery toast, and ramson emulsion
Gnocchi with braised carrots and parsley roots, buttery toast, and ramson emulsion

Colonialen Litteraturhuset in Bergen

Tartar with red onions, crispy potato chips, and shaved cured egg yolk
Tartar with red onions, crispy potato chips, and shaved cured egg yolk
Meinklang Graupert
Meinklang Graupert

Colonialen Litteraturhuset in Bergen

Disclaimer

This was part of a sponsored trip by Visit Bergen. The sponsor had no influence on the content of this article. I received no monetary payment.

Anders Husa

I am Anders Husa – a foodie living in Oslo. I eat at the best restaurants in Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and the major food destinations in the world. I share my foodie stories here.

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