Great restaurant right in the hart of Bergen. We hsd the five course meal together with a different wine for each meal. Amazing evening.
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We had a fantastic meal here, we both had the 6 course set menu to experience as much of the menu as possible. Every course, elk, soup, deer, cod, cheese and panna cotta was to a very high standard I would highly recommend the artichoke...More
Beautifully quirky building, great little dining rooms, a bit shabby chic with crooked walls and pictures. The staff are smiley and helpful, the food was largely perfect. Just the desert was a bit of a let down. Definitely worth a visit. Traditional, authentic and yummy.
My wife arranged a meal here as part of our trip to Bergen for my 60th Birthday. The restaurant was recommended by The manager of our Hotel BERGENBORS. The meal was lovely. Good service and a lovely surprise of a sparkler candle with my desert...More
I had read that To Kokker was one of the best places to eat in Bergen and I was not disappointed. The red deer was cooked to perfection as was my steak. Side dishes were delicious. Wine and beer selection was decent, service was impeccable....More
Loved the old building and Scandinavian feel. Walked in without a reservation about 6PM, party of 4. The fish soup had an excellent broth with large chunks of fish & small shrimp. Another perdon had the mussel soup and enjoyed it. Fish was fresh and...More
This place should be ashamed to be called a fine dining restaurant. The lady that served us hated her job and was borderline rude. The food, which is already not the most tasty in Scandinavia, was totally bland and uninspired. We had ordered an expensive...More
This restaurant was recommended by our hotel .. we were looking for something authentically Norwegian ... the food is definitely Norwegian but hopefully the service doesn't reflect the Norwegian people. Greeted without a smile, basically "ushered" to our table .. when we questioned if we...More
Our family was disappointed when we were unable to get a table at the famous Unicorn restaurant. A helpful staff member at the Unicorn suggested the To Kokker restaurant down the street, which shares a menu with the Unicorn. The upstairs restaurant was charmingly quaint,...More
We were walking through this quarter and found this restaurant and both were pleasantly surprised. I would recommend sampling the fish soup, it was very good. The building is very old, you feel like you taken a journey back in time, very good experience.