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Next door to restaurant Colonialen 44, you find Colonialen Matbar – the more casual food and wine bar. Literally, one big rectangular bar where the guests are seated on stools facing a bartender in the middle. The kitchen is shared with the flagship restaurant Colonialen, but the dishes are simpler bar snacks like carpaccio, tartar, dumplings, steam buns, and croquettes. I also had a delicious scallop served in its shell with sweet local tomatoes. Not as strictly Nordic as the other venues of the group, but more international and playful.
Looking for more great spots for food and drinks in Norway’s second capital? Check out our foodie map of Bergen.
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.