Trondheim: Take-Away & Delivery Food Support Your Favorite Local Restaurants!

What a time to be alive. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken over the world and completely altered our daily life. All of us have been ordered to stay at home to stay safe. Maybe, like us, you’re feeling a little bit scared and confused right now, and maybe you’re unsure how you can still support local businesses. Even though you can’t go out to eat right now, a lot of restaurants are still open and offering takeout and home delivery options. This is part of a series of take-away guides in Scandinavia. We hope it helps make this time of quarantine a little tastier for you!

This guide is no longer being updated since restaurants in Norway have been allowed to reopen. Check out our Trondheim city guide for a full list of the best restaurants.

Support Your Favorite Local Restaurants!

Restaurants are struggling to survive right now. They have employees and rent to pay, and hardly any income. If we don’t support them today, we might not have them around tomorrow. That’s why takeout is the new eating out! You can support your favorite local restaurants, and also eat better food at home. This list is compiled by our friend and local Trondheim wine lover and foodie Jørund Leknes. Make sure to give him a follow on Instagram.

Sellanraa has shifted gears to take-away and delivery!
Sellanraa has shifted gears to take-away and delivery!

Trondheim: Take-Away & Delivery Food


Buy the “Bulapakke” from Bula Neobistro through their Vipps shop (524063) and pick up at the restaurant (check their their Facebook page or Instagram for exact times). Email [email protected] if you need it delivered.


Trondheim’s best coffee shop, Jacobsen & Svart, is open every day from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm for pickups only of coffee, beans, and equipment. No cash, and make sure to keep a safe distance from others! Click here to order.


At Gola, you’ll find the best gelato in town. The selection of flavors is wide and includes dulce de leche, strawberry, pistachio, stracciatella, hazelnut, and cream. You can also buy empanadas for take-away. Open Tuesday-Sunday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.


Sellanraa offers dinner and breakfast on the weekends – all made with local produce. They offer free delivery, but you can also come by the restaurant to collect your order. The menu is posted on the Facebook page and Instagram, and you order by sending an email to [email protected] or directly in Vipps shop (565137).


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Do you miss the classics from Spontan Vinbar like chicken liver cream with lingonberries, lumpfish roe with sour cream, or duck wing confit? You can order items from the snack menu for take-away on the weekends. They are even making ramen! Use Vipps to order (600988) – see instructions on Spontan’s Facebook page and Instagram. Delivery costs an extra 89 NOK and is offered within a radius of 15 minutes from the city center.


To Rom Og Kjøkken have a daily offering of a main dish and a dessert. Recently, main dishes have been traditional hearty food like a shellfish soup or a ragu of lamb and entrecôte. Mains change at least every other day and some days you can even order a starter. Check the menu and order directly in their Vipps shop (599734). Open all days for take-away between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm. Delivery costs an extra 89 NOK and is offered within a radius of 15 minutes from the city center.

Gift Cards, Donations & Future Reservations

If you want another way to support our restaurants during this time of crisis, consider purchasing gift cards for future use. The restaurants will get the money now, and you can treat yourself to a nice meal when life is normal again. If you have a reservation now, maybe postpone it instead of canceling. Stay safe out there everyone – and please remember to wash your hands, and practice social distancing.

Did we miss any of your favorite restaurants offering takeout? Feel free to comment below so we can consider adding them to the list!

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Anders Husa and Kaitlin Orr are food & travel bloggers and creative content creators. From their base in Copenhagen, they operate the largest and most influential restaurant-focused travel blog in Scandinavia.

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