This was my visit to this particular restaurant, the Bryggen Tracteursted is found through a narrow passageway Bellgården off the Bergen Harbour (Bryggen) the passageway floor is made of wood planking and there are several shops placed along the alley.
The ally opens up to reveal an open space with an outside bar that serves food and drinks in dry weather. The restaurant is build of wooden logs, the inside is intimate with subdued lighting the decor being old Hansiatic.
We were shown to our table and given the a bill of fare.
I plumped for the fried dried fish (this is better than it sounds, the fish is rehydrated then fried) unfortunately I can't remember what my friends had but we did did have severl glasses of their excellent house wine.
My fish was delicious, served with bacon and boiled new potatoes, For dessert I had Tilslørte Bondepiker (layers of stewed apples, crumbled cake and cream served in a glass) this is a very Norwegian dessert that I've not found anywhere else in the world.
The food was excellent and well presented, and I do not remember any of my companions complaining they all seemed to making appropriate noises of enjoyment.
Service: all the staff were friendly, polite and professional, they new their subject and made several recommendations that we followed, our meals and drinks were served quickly and the food was hot.
Would I go back? Certainly it was a very enjoyable interlude good food, and staff that were friendly and good humoured.
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