Le Mathis Bistro
55 61 20 01
55 61 20 01
|Season (4 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
|Monday - Saturday||12:00||- 22:00|
* The kitchen closes at 22.00
We have the pleasure of inviting you for a culinary experience where we enjoy all the famous and beloved dishes France has to offer, made from the best produce.
Le Mathis Bistro opened in May 2022, in the heart of Bergen. This is a classic French bistro that offers the best known and beloved dishes from France, as well as some exciting new additions. We use Norwegian local produce, with small exotic touches from around Europe. We follow the seasons of the sea, fields, groves and meadows.
We offer a warm and cozy atmosphere, excellent food, and service from someone who truly cares about the guests and the trade. In addition to our lovely bistro, we also have a Champagne Bar which is a perfect place to start the evening, or just have a drink after a long day. Our charming backyard is as created for lazy summer days spent in great company, with a direct entrance from Skostredet 12.
We also accept larger groups and can tailor a menu to any occasion and desire. Our Bistro is suitable for everyone, whether it is to be a special evening with a loved one, or dinner with colleagues and acquaintances.
The bistro can be reserved exclusively for a group of a minimum of 50 people, with a maximum number of 64.
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