Sponsored by Visit Bergen
Colonialen, the flagship of the restaurant group, was at the time of my visit, one of the most ambitious restaurants in Bergen with a multi-course tasting menu that was clearly aiming for a Michelin star. I don’t think they were far away from getting one either, but the owners decided to change the restaurant into a slightly more casual eatery named Colonialen 44 (after the street address Kong Oscars gate 44). I have no reason to believe that the current 4-course menu (NOK 550) is not of the same quality as the meal I enjoyed, albeit simpler and more affordable. Wines are a good mix of conventional and natural producers.
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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.