Nothing could be further from a trad greasy diner than this 1st-floor fish restaurant overlooking the harbour. Seductively lit klippfisk (salt-cod) line the entrance, so there's no doubt what's the house speciality. This quintessentially Norwegian dish is offered in a variety of bacalao-loving culinary styles, such as Genovese (with pesto and potato) or Spanish (with 'red' sauce).

There's also local specialities like pan-fried cod tongues with scallops and sour cream (Nkr140), a straight up fish platter (Nkr340) and steaks (Nkr310).