Sunday, September 11, 2016

Where&what to eat in Norway, Stavanger

When you're pier area in Stavanger, there are many options to have good food including very good fish&sea foods and meat, many well known chain restaurants, too.
I would like  to indicate that when I'm traveling I always try local tastes but here in this Scandinavian country I mostly ate fish because it is so fresh, well prepared and not so expensive! 
When we're traveling local tastes takes top priority but here top priority was fish&sea foods!!! 
At lovely sunny day after a long Stavanger tour we decided to have dinner at N.B.Sorensens Dampskibsexpedition
 Its outdoor section was full with local people.  The weather was lovely and mostly local people were having drinks at the outdoor section. We welcomed to indoors. 
My fish with asparagus was tasty,  simple side dish fresh potatoes were also good.

My husband ordered steak but it was thinner than his expectations. Also our friends had steaks with disappointment.

After  our  heavy program at our second day in Stavanger,  we  decided to have dinner there which was so close to our hotel RadisonBlu-Atlantic
Kitchen & Table by Marcus Samuelsson is Clarion Hotel's new restaurant concept since 2013, he combines Manhattan flavors with Scandinavian ingredients.   
At the Kitchen&Table Restaurant, we welcomed by friendly staff. 
Our drinks service was so fast. Restaurant supervisor explained our questions related with interesting choices in their menu. 

Our friends wanted to have kimchi burger. Their french fries with parmesan  was looking super. 
My husband enjoyed his order. We all agreed that our selection was perfect for  that dinner.  Kitchen&Table Restaurant  was pretty good with its good menu, talkative and friendly supervisor.
My fish plate and side dish was delicious. 
I made closure with a dessert. It was yuzu mousse, mandarin curd, coconut meringue, roasted coconut ice cream.Its serving style was so pretty.
We really had good food. We enjoyed our dinner&time in that nice and quiet atmosphere...

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