"Colonialen stands as a monument and a solid rock in the local restaurant landscape, a place where the good people in Bergen can get their fine dining kicks." (White guide 2016)
For the past ten years, Colonialen Restaurant has offered fine dining of a very high standard, earning a reputation as one of the very best restaurants in Bergen. The restaurant is located in attractive, newly refurbished premises in Kong Oscars gate.
Its cuisine stands out with its combination of tradition and creativity based on the season's best ingredients. The restaurant offers top-notch service, a rich wine menu and exceptional combinations of food and wine. The restaurant offers an á la carte menu, and small and large tasting menus with accompanying wine packages.
Welcome to a culinary experience of a very high standard
|Season (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)|
|Tuesday - Friday||18:00|
* The kitchen closes at 22:00
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