|Season (27 May 2021 - 30 Sept 2021)|
|Thursday - Friday||17:30||- 23:15|
Join us for an unforgettable boat trip and dining experience at Bekkjarvik Lodge House, where Bocuse d’Or 2015 winner Ørjan Johannesen runs his family restaurant.
Just South of Bergen there is an amazing landscape with hundreds of small islands and beautiful fjords. On this tour you will experience the best Norway has to offer. We take you on a boat tour all the way from the historic fish-market in Bergen, through the beautiful fjords and coast to an unforgettable dining experience at Bekkjarvik Guesthouse.
The restaurant at the Bekkjarvik Guesthouse is known for its use of fresh and local ingredients - with the ability to source its ingredients from the immediate area be it seafood, vegetables, or various meats. It is because of this focus on local high-quality ingredients, combined with the skills of the chefs, the restaurant is ranked in the "White Guide - The Best Restaurants in the Nordic".
On this tour, you will be able to experience the best of food, nature, and culture Bergen has to offer. From the fish-market in the city center, or from Flesland Quay, and back, we know you will have an amazing experience.
17:30 Departure from Bergen (Zachariasbryggen, by the Fish Market) by boat
18:00 Departure from Flesland pier (on request)
The bar onboard is open
18:45 Arrival in Bekkjarvik
Aperitif in Bekkjarvik
19:30 4 course dinner – combined of fish and meat dishes made from locally sourced ingredients
22:00 Departure from Bekkjarvik by boat
The bar onboard is open
22:45 Arrival at Flesland pier (on request)
23:15 Arrival in Bergen
All online orders must be booked before kl. 17.00 on the day of departure. After kl. 17:00 and until departure the same day (17:30) you can buy tickets on the boat, subject to available capacity.
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