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Kraft Bodega Trondheim's Most Exciting New Restaurant

Reviewed for 360 Eat Guide

Located at the Brattørkaia harbor, in an otherwise industrial and boring looking building, is a restaurant room dominated by bright blue chairs, brass details, and raw wood. You’ve just entered Kraft Bodega – the most exciting newcomer on the Trondheim food scene. Chef Thomas Borgan has created a fun and informal dining concept that draws inspiration from several international cuisines. The flavors are bold and punchy in dishes like the scallop tartar with som tam sauce, peanuts, and mango. Borgan will challenge your spice tolerance with chicken skin crackers topped with fresh crab meat, served with a selection of hot sauces ranging from mild to extremely hot. You’ll also find more rich and hearty dishes like the steamed cabbage with butter sauce and caviar. You can pick between a smaller and larger tasting menu, or choose your own adventure with the à la carte selection. This meal was reviewed for the 360 Eat Guide in 2019.

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Scallop tartar, som tam sauce, peanuts, mango & kohlrabi.
Scallop tartar, som tam sauce, peanuts, mango & kohlrabi.
Seaweed-steamed cabbage, butter sauce with smoked turbot broth, and caviar.
Seaweed-steamed cabbage, butter sauce with smoked turbot broth, and caviar.
Chicken, white asparagus, turnip, morels, kale chips, and sauce of chicken jus, "fenalår," and browned butter.
Chicken, white asparagus, turnip, morels, kale chips, and sauce of chicken jus, “fenalår,” and browned butter.
Kraft Bodega's dining room dominated by bright blue chairs, brass details, and raw wood.
Kraft Bodega’s dining room dominated by bright blue chairs, brass details, and raw wood.

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Disclaimer

This meal was reviewed for the 360 Eat Guide.

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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