|Season (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)|
|Monday - Tuesday||11:00||- 22:00|
|Wednesday - Saturday||11:00||- 23:00|
* The bar:
Monday - Wednesday: 12:00 to 01:30
Thursday - Saturday: 12:00 to 02:30
Sunday: 14.00 to 01.30
Storm Kjøkken & Bar - one of Bergen’s best restaurants, offering lunches and dinners in a casual and friendly atmosphere.
Storm Kjøkken & Bar is located right in the heart of Bergen next to the main street “Torgallmenningen”. It is only a 5-minute walk from the old wharf of Bergen “Bryggen” and The Fish Market. In the same house, we also have Ole Bull Scene, Storm Bar and Lille Ole Bull. Open seven days a week!
Storm Kjøkken & Bar suits all occasions and has a menu with a variety of dishes, whether you want a quick lunch, a tasty snack before a show or a pleasant evening with a three-course meal. Our customized 3-course dinners in the restaurant before or after shows are very popular.
With nice food and smiling staff offers Storm Kjøkken & Bar delicious dishes from the kitchen. We have a modern quality kitchen that uses the best ingredients from local suppliers.
A well-chosen wine list creates a nice symphony with the food.
The restaurant has a capacity for up to a 100 guests in one seating and we are flexible for the table setup.
In the second floor, we have Storm Bar with a rich drink menu, skilled bartenders who serves fantastic drinks or other refreshments in a casual atmosphere. You can sit either inside our bar or outside one the terrace. We offer Afternoon Tea on Saturdays and pop-up events as intimate concerts or standup in the intimate stage in Storm Bar. Indoors is the theater bar we have comfortable seats and it is attractively decorated with photos of talented comedians, entertainers, artists and bands in which several of them visited the house over the years. Here sits the story literally in the walls. Outside we have a heated terrace with comfortable chairs and great surroundings.
Whether you just want to grab a drink before the show or have an evening with good friends, Storm Bar is a natural choice. We have capacity for 260 guests in Storm Bar and on the heated terrace, there is room for 150 guests.
The little extra for a perfect evening? We will be delighted to reserve a "STORM Table" to you and your friends before or after the show. If you wish, we fill up also the table with delicious snacks that are ready and waiting for you. If you wish to be quite private, it`s possible to reserve the balcony bar "Lille Storm" before and after the show. Then you get a bar and bartender for yourselves. Here we have the capacity to 25 guests.
Casual gatherings, aperitif or table reservations in Storm Bar, is perfect in combination with a show or event at Ole Bull Scene.
Storm Kjøkken & Bar and Storm Bar is the place to see and be seen in Bergen.
You will feel welcome!
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