|Season (17 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
|Monday - Friday||11:00||- 23:30|
|Saturday - Sunday||12:00||- 23:30|
Authentic Italian food in warm and modern surroundings. As close to Italy as you can get.
At Bergen’s infamous fish market at Zachariasbryggen, lays the Italian restaurant Olivia. The great white tree house in located right at the dock and provides the best view towards Fløibanen, the market square and the tree houses that characterizes Bergen city. The restaurant is inspired by Sicily, which reflects in the interior and parts of the menu.
At Olivia Zachariasbryggen you will find a special menu inspired by Sicilian food and wine. The head chef himself has been to Sicily to collect these typical dishes from the area, forming Olivia’s Menù Sicilia.
Focusing on Italian commodities, you will also find stone oven baked pizza, pasta and other Italian dishes – made with love and by hand in the kitchen.
Open fireplaces and olive trees call for a warm and relaxed atmosphere. At Olivia, everyone is welcomed. The outside seating facing Fløibanen is equipped with heat lamps and blankets.
For private events:
For groups up to 50 guests it is possible hire a closed off area on the 2nd floor for private events such as meetings, conferences, lunches or dinners. There is a projector available and there is a lift to the 2nd floor. It is also possible to use the entire floor for larger parties. There is a seperate menu avilable for events or you can have one tailor-made for you.
Dinner/lunch: 50 people (or the entire 2nd floor for larger parties)
Classroom: 50 people
Reception: 0-150 people
Cinema: 60 people
For reservation, contact by email: Booking@olivia.no
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