Designer T-Michael’s Bergen
Bergen’s best restaurants
Serves four-course and seven-course menus designed around seasonal ingredients. You’ll get plenty of seafood.
Rasmus Meyers allé 9, Bergen
The restaurant Bare Vestland serves what they call Vestland tapas. According to the menu, this means flatbrød, herring, mackerel, pork knuckle, meatloaf, plukkfisk and many other Norwegian specialties. Finish off your tapas with some local cheeses.
Allmuen Bar & Bistro
New restaurant that went down well with the food critic in Bergens Tidende for its locally sourced food, drinks and good atmosphere.
Best places for a glass of wine or a cocktail
Apollon was – and is – a record shop. As record sales fell, though, the owners decided to make sure their visitors could have a beer, coffee or soda while browsing the selection of vinyl.
This bar aims to please serving house cocktails, wine and craft beer to the sound of good music. The interior is designed by Vera & Kyte.
Offers a range of labels, including Stine Goya, Oliver Spencer and T-Michael’s own design, Norwegian Rain.
Kong Oscars gate 18
Vintagebutikk med trendy sortiment.
Østre Skostredet 2
Flagship store for the designer’s own clothes, including Norwegian Rain, at Tårnplass in Bergen.
Christian Michelsens gate 1
T-Michael describes the Hotel Terminus as “old school.” And that’s quite an appropriate description. The hotel opened in 1928 and its interiors are far from minimalistic. The hotel offers rooms of all sizes, including a suite, and is also home to a whisky bar.
Zander Kaaes gate 6
A fun thing to do in Bergen
Play pétanque in the park in front of Landmark.
Text: Inga Ragnhild Holst
Published: April 3, 2017