Review: Tango (2019) The Relocated Restaurant is Better Than Ever

Reviewed for 360 Eat Guide

Reviewed for 360 Eat Guide

The fine-dining restaurant Tango in Stavanger was co-founded by the famous TV-chef Kjartan Skjelde. Enjoy local and seasonal produce cooked to perfection in a classic Nordic-style cuisine. This restaurant is now re-located together with its casual sister restaurant Fish & Cow. This meal was reviewed for the 360 Eat Guide in 2019.

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King crab and fennel toast.
King crab and fennel toast.
Tango also makes excellent cocktails.
Tango also makes excellent cocktails.
Scallops, cockles, and jalapeñooil.
Scallops, cockles, and jalapeñooil.
Celeriac and white truffle.
Celeriac and white truffle.
Tango's bread serving.
Tango’s bread serving.
Cod, chicken jus, and black truffle.
Cod, chicken jus, and black truffle.
Wagyu from Nedstrand gård, onion, and bone marrow.
Wagyu from Nedstrand gård, onion, and bone marrow.
Reindeer, mushroom, and lingonberries.
Reindeer, mushroom, and lingonberries.
Sea buckthorn, hazelnut, white chocolate, and caramel.
Sea buckthorn, hazelnut, white chocolate, and caramel.
Art on the wall by Morten Abel.
Art on the wall by Morten Abel.
The new dining room of Tango in Stavanger.
The new dining room of Tango in Stavanger.

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This meal was reviewed for the 360 Eat Guide.

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