|Season (1 Apr 2020 - 30 Sept 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:00||- 21:00|
sky:skraper, the highest viewing point in Bergen: enjoy some of the most delicious food and refreshments available on a mountain top.
Sky:skraperen serves local and traditional food with a modern touch, accompanied by a panorama view over the city and Vidden. Choose from a selection of snacks and lunch dishes to eat inside or bring on your hike. Enjoy a magnificent outdoor terrace for outdoor dining. Free WIFI in the restaurant.
Dinner menu "Ulriken by night": (Bookable online)
In the evening a part of the restaurant transforms into a gourmet restaurant with a modern and exciting menu concept. Our chefs presents delicious flavours based on local produce according to season, quality and availability. A unique dining experience presented in a series of different servings.
– sourdough bread and herb butter
1. soup and spoon
2. local fish / seasonal vegetables / butter sauce
3. meat / cabbage / onion / sauce
4. ice / cake / berry
The menu is always based on local seasonal produce and can wary according to availability.
NOK 760 (3 courses. Choose between fish and meat. Can be chosen on arrival.)
NOK 860 (4 courses) (The upgrade is available as an add on when booking)
The price is including cable car ticket and Ulriken Express bus one-way from the city. Note that Ulriken Express bus runs from 1 April to 1 September. After dinner the cable car runs until all guests are brought down. Please note that the transport back to the city center is not included. You can take a local bus (7 minutes walk downhill to the bus-stop that takes you to the city center) or a taxi.
Departures times and booking of tables 1 April - 13 September:
If you have booked a table at 18:00, take the bus at 17:30 from the city center.
If you have booked a table at 18.30, take the bus at 18:00 from the city center.
Please show your email confirmation on your mobile device or bring a printed copy when boarding the bus. You will then receive your ticket to Ulriksbanen Cable car. For dinner, please show your booking confirmation.
If you have allergies we should know about, please write it in the comments box when booking.
The order can not be canceled and is non-refundable. If the cable car is closed due to bad weather or strong winds, you will be given a full refund.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children u 12 years||NOK380.00 tickets|
Prices may be subject to change.
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