The fine dining restaurant Re-naa is Stavanger’s longest-running Michelin-establishment – it was awarded one star in the French culinary Bible in 2016. After moving to a new space inside the Eilert Smith Hotel, chef Sven Erik Renaa and his wife Torill finally received their much-deserved second star in 2020. We rank this New Nordic tasting menu among the top three dining experiences in Norway.
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Nordbøgata 8, Stavanger, Norway
Buckling, potato, sour cream & “løyrom” (vendace roe).
Quail liver & pine cone.
Jerusalem artichoke, tartare of reindeer, and caviar.
Langoustine claw, sea urchin, crown dill, and cream.
Langoustine, pumpkin, and sea buckthorn.
Testalonga, El Bandito, Sweet Cheeks.
The new Re-naa 2.0 at Eilert Smith Hotel has an open kitchen.
Monkfish, white truffle, and vin jaune.
Matassa Cuvee Romanissa, Côtes Catalanes 2011
The pastry team at Re-naa.
Cured Mangalitsa pork.
Re-naa’s Parker House rolls.
Sea buckthorn, lemon verbena, and Timut pepper.
Citrus, clementine, bergamot, yogurt, and laurel.
Honey, brown butter, almond, and white truffle.
The petits fours trolley at Re-naa.
Sven Erik and Torill Renaa.
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