After paving the way for restaurants in the Barcode area, Vaaghals is still going strong many years later. On the menu, you’ll find modern twists on Norwegian classics, served family-style in the middle of the table for sharing. The menu changes seasonally but always starts with house-made charcuterie and bread, and may continue with dishes like celeriac pasta with butter sauce and “løyrom” (vendace roe), and slices of entrecôte with potatoes and demi-glace sauce.
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