Great 18th Century dockside tavern transplanted from the actual docks to the edges of the museum. A wonderful old building with mismatched rooms, wooden floors, random doorways and not always vertical walls.
The best thing is the food is excellent too. A relatively compact menu of about 4 choices per course but covering a fair diversity. Norwegian food can be a bit dour particularly when it's "traditional" but these dishes were full of flavour.
It's not in the usual tourist strips and it's well worth the detour.
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