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Restaurant NOYA is a casual Nordic-Japanese eatery in the Rotermanni district. In addition to a wide selection of à la carte options ranging from Japanese-style sushi to traditional Norwegian dishes, you can also enjoy the full omakase experience (chef’s choice from the best available ingredients). Don’t miss the brioche sandwich with limousine beef and foie gras if available. The concept, which also features two private dining Tatami rooms, was created by the Norwegian restaurateur Njål Solland, his wife Triin, and their Danish partner Claus Skovsted.
Note: This restaurant has closed permanently.
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