|Season (17 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
|Monday - Tuesday||Closed|
|Wednesday - Thursday||16:00||- 23:00|
|Friday - Saturday||16:00||- 00:30|
Valaskjalv is a Viking themed restaurant and bar in Bergen. Experience real Norwegian food from the Viking age!
At Valaskjalv you get the sense of travelling back in time to the Viking age. From every hand made detail in the interior to delicious taste of Viking food. Enjoy the atmosphere at long tables and benches and staff dressed in viking clothing. Tools, weaponry, shields, rough wood on the walls, and distinctive viking’s art is what makes the interior unforgettable. At Valaskjalv you will be served tasty dishes suitable for worthy Vikings in Valhall, based on well-known ingredients available in the Viking Age
According to the Norse mythology, Valaskjalv is Odin’s residency in Åsgard, where he sits on his high throne and looks upon the world. Here is placed the famous food hall «Valhalla», where mighty warriors enjoy their feasts after long and glorious battles. The restaurant is located on the second floor and has a gorgeous view over the famous Fish Market in Bergen.
According to the saga, Valkyrian gathered the fierce and brave warrior for a feast, they were served with mead from the forever producing goat Heidrun and ate from the pig Særimne. The following day they went to battle, after the battle all the fallen ones got revived to enjoy their feast all over. This happened day after day, so they where prepared for the great battle Ragnarok.
Due to restrictions following the COVID-19 situation, the maximum capacity is 96 people, as well as 12 seats in the bar area. (during normal operation the maximum capacity is 200)
Welcome to Valaskjalv - a unique Viking dining experience in Bergen!
Exklusivity for groups:
The restaurant can be rented exclusively by a group. This require a minimum of 40 guests.
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