|Season (12 Oct 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
|Monday - Friday||Closed|
|Saturday - Sunday||11:00||- 17:00|
* Open every day for groups minimum 15 people.
Fløien Folkerestaurant from 1925 is one of Bergen's most distinguished restaurants, situated on Mount Fløyen, with a spectacular view over Bergen.
Fløien Folkerestaurant offers a café, a large outdoor terrace and Brasseriet, our à la carte restaurant.
During the winter season the café is open every Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy a hot chocolate, waffles, snacks or our very popular soup buffet served with homemade bread - eat as much as you want! In addition, we offer a wide selection of sandwiches and cakes from our food counter.
On the large outdoor terrace you can enjoy a light meal, facing the spectacular views of Bergen city, or take a refreshing drink while watching the sunset.
During the summer we open in addition to our café the à la carte restaurant from May to mid-September. You can spoil yourself with a variety of dishes, prepared from first class produce, from a professional kitchen. We recommend that you make a reservation, as the à la carte restaurant is very popular on a summer night.
How to get there:
Take the funicular to the top of Mount Fløyen, one of Norway’s most famous tourist attractions. Here you find the Fløien Folkerestaurant. For more information about the time schedule and prices you can visit: http://floyen.no/floibanen/.
We can offer:
Drinks, lunch, dinner, set menus, meeting and conference packages and café.
A bit of history:
The restaurant, opened in 1925, has been completely restored and is, with its distinctive architecture and prominent location, without a doubt an attraction in itself. Don’t miss the amazing panoramic view over Bergen - the islands - and beyond - the North Sea!
At the top of the famous Funicular in Bergen, 320 meters above sea level, you will find Fløien Folkerestaurant - well above everyday life and the noise of the city.
Fløien Folkerestaurant is a very popular restaurant, not only among tourists, but also for the locals. In the areas surrounding Fløien Folkerestaurant you will find charming roads running through exciting and varied nature with proud mountains, quiet woods and mountain lakes – as well as glimpses of the fabulous view overlooking Bergen and the coast.
The banquet facilities are open all year and have a capacity of 15 – 300 persons. The professional staff welcomes you and your guests and assures you a first class product and service. Fløien Folkerestaurant provides rooms suitable for all kinds of receptions; weddings, business dinners, family gatherings and meeting facilities. For larger events the total capacity is 450 persons.
With its unique location and sea view, Fløien Folkerestaurant can offer:
• Café and à la carte restaurant for drop-in guests
• Meetings, conferences and corporate events
• Private events; baptisms, confirmations and weddings
Our capacity and facilities:
• The Restaurant: up to 300 Guests
• "Dining room" in 2st Floor: 140 Guests – private facilities
• "Peisestuen" at the 1st Floor: 50 Guests – private facilities
• "2 private dining rooms" at the 1st Floor: 15 Guests each – private facilities
• Outdoor seating
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