Restaurants in Alesund
Where to eat in Ålesund
There are of course many restaurants in Alesund, as well as bars, coffeshops and cafeterias. So far we don't do any recommendations, but we want to tell you about some of them.
In the city centre, in Kongensgt. 11, you find the Hoffmann Café og Bar. Calm and quiet, which makes you relaxe and have a conversation over your dinner, light meal, or maybe just a cup of coffee.In the summer you can sit outside, and be served at the tables.
Also in the city centre, in the shopping centre Kremmergården, at R. Rønnebergsgt. 6, you find the Kafé Balkongen
A bit more lively, beeing in a shopping centre, but still cosy and with excellent coffe and cakes.
Looking for restaurants in Alesund, and in the city centre in particular, you can try the Anno Restaurant & Bar
You find it in Apotekergata 9b, at the Apotekertorget.
Try their stone-oven-baked pizza, or some of the many excellent dishes, both traditional Norwegian and International.
Care for Tandoori? Try the Tajmahal Tandoori Restaurant
, situated in the pedestrian street, Kongensgate 18.
Exciting, tasty dishes from India, as well as a coffe bar to your service.
When visiting a city like Ålesund, you should try a traditional Norwegian fish dish, and at Sjøbua Fish Restaurant
in Brunholmgata 1, you get the best.
Fresh, quality seafood, catched by local fishermen, and served and prepared by professionals.
The building is an old, warehouse, that earlier was in use for fish prosessing, and the restaurant is decorated with tools and equipment from that time.
Beautifully situated at the Brosundet, you get the athmosphere and mood for an excellent meal.
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Sjøbua Fish Restaurant
And of course, not to forget, on top of the mountain behind the city: Fjellstua Restaurant
At the Mount Aksla, around 130 m above sealevel, you find Fjellstua
, the oldest restaurant i Ålesund, and one of the most spectaculare when it comes to view.
The first building in the Fjellstua history was finished in 1903, and one of the few houses that was still standing after the huge city fire in 1904.
However, it burned down in 1934, but was rebuild, and of course many times modernized since then.
Besides beeing a restaurant, it is one of the most popular viewpoints in Norway, with several thousand guests during the summer.
In 1996 the number of visitors was only beaten by the viewpoints Holmenkollen in Oslo, Fløyen in Bergen and North Cape.
Here you can enjoy excellent food, dinner, coffee and cakes, while you have an overview over the beautiful city of Ålesund.
There is public transportation from the city centre, or you can take the shortest way, which is walking the 418 steps from the city park.
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