We inquired as to the best restaurant in Trondheim and it is the same as listed TripAdvisor. We were early walk ins on a Friday night. The setting was nice but not elegant. The staff were very attentive and pleasant. The dinner begins with sourdough rye bread and local farmers butter. For appetizers, fresh asparagus and salmon as well as dry aged beef carpaccio. Both were excellently prepared and presented. We paired the meal with a J Christopher 2013 Pinot Noir (carnivore and pescetarian). A bit overpriced, but a good compromise. I had the monkfish with mash potatoes, rhubarb, asparagus, and leek hollandaise sauce. My partner had the beef tenderloin. Both of which are absolutely delicious. Although a bit pricey, I think well worth it. I will be back.
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