MICHELIN RESTAURANTS AND HOTELS IN THE FJORDS OF NORWAY

There are 12 restaurants that have awarded Michelin Stars and MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View in Western Norway (Updated May 2024). Nine of the Michelin Restaurants are in Stavanger, there are two in Bergen and one is out on the Hardangerfjord outside Rosendal.

After a day of activities and adventures in the fjords, in the mountains or in the city, you must have something good to eat and drink. A meal can also be an adventure, that’s why these restaurants have been added to the list of the world’s best. Below is also a list of recommended hotels in Western Norway.

Restaurants with Michelin stars and Michelin awards and Michelin’s recommended hotels are marked in the map at the bottom of the article. The restaurants are marked in red, the hotels are marked in blue.

Michelin Guide – Recommended hotels in Western Norway

Michelin Guide – Recommended restaurants in Western Norway

Moon in Bergen

Restaurant Moon is located Marken 33 in Bergen. Moon is run by the twin brothers Jules and Niklas from France. The brothers have a deep love for food and wine, and have now opened a French restaurant in Norway and Bergen. Restaurant Moon has a MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View.

Lysverket in Bergen

Restaurant Lysverket is located in Rasmus Meyers Allé 9 in Bergen. The restaurant has one Michelin star and is located in the same building as KODE 4, one of four KODE museums in Bergen.

Iris in the Hardangerfjord outside Rosendal (New, May 2024)

Restaurant Iris is special because it is built like a salmon eye and floats on the Hardangerfjord outside Rosendal. Iris opened in 2023, and took just one year to get its first Michelin star. Here you get to experience the beautiful nature and the fjord on a boat trip from Rosendal to Iris. What is special about this restaurant is that it is you who is transported out to the food, and not the food that is transported to you.

Hermetikken in Stavanger (New, May 2024)

Hermetikken Restaurant is located in Niels Juels gate 50 in Stavanger. The restaurant, which has an open kitchen, has a seasonal menu. Local produce according to season is a key word in this restaurant. Hermetikken has a great focus on wine, and was awarded a Michelin star in May 2024.

K2 in Stavanger

Restaurant K2 is located in Pedersgata 69 near Johannesparken in Stavanger. The restaurant, which has one Michelin star, is run by the couple Elisabeth Kress and Ola Klepp, hence K2. The menu is seasonal with local ingredients.

SÖL in Stavanger

Restaurant SÖL is located in Hetlandsgata 6 in the center of Stavanger. The restaurant which has a MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View is known for its Nordic cuisine.

Sabi Omakase in Stavanger

Restaurant Sabi Omakase is located in Pedersgata 38 in Stavanger. The restaurant has one Michelin star. Sabi Omakase is a Sushi restaurant where you get introduced and at the same time experienced the preparation of the food. ONE MENU ONLY – SUSHI “OMAKASE” CHEF.

Tango in Stavanger

Restaurant Tango in Skagen 3 in Stavanger is an intimate and small restaurant with a menu that is seasonal with local ingredients. The restaurant has a MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View.

RE-NAA in Stavanger

Restaurant RE-NAA is located in Nordbøgata 8 at the far end of Vågen in Stavanger. The restaurant has three Michelin stars. Here you are literally sitting around the kitchen and can see your food being prepared.

Sabi Enso in Stavanger

Restaurant Sabi Enso is located in Haakon Viis Gate 7 i Stavanger.  The restaurant has a MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View. Sabi Enso is a Sushi restaurant where you get the best of the mix between Norway and Japan.

Bravo in Stavanger

Restaurant Bravo is located in Pedersgata 71 i Stavanger.  The restaurant has a MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View. Bravo has an open kitchen where small dishes based on seasonal and local ingredients are prepared and served.

Bellies in Stavanger

Restaurant Bellies is located in Støperigata 6 i Stavanger.  The restaurant has a MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View. Bellies is the vegan’s wet dream and serves vegan dishes based on season with as many ingredients as possible from local farmers. Bellies recommends setting aside 2.5 hours to get the most out of the meal. On Saturdays they cover for lunch, see the website for more information on times.

 

HOTELS - LINKS - FAQ

Here you will find an overview of recommended HOTELS in addition to SPA & BATH HOTELS and OTHER ACCOMMODATION PLACES in Western Norway. The combination of beautiful nature, activities that you can do in all four seasons and a stay at a great accommodation is unique. A stay in one of these places will do you good, both for body and mind.

There are ten restaurants that have awarded Michelin stars and Michelin awards in Western Norway. Eight of the Michelin restaurants are in Stavanger and two in Bergen. Here you will find FJORDS MICHELIN, where you will also find a list of recommended hotels in Western Norway, recommended by Michelin.

USEFUL LINKS is a list of websites with great information on Norway and the Fjords. FAQ is an overview of articles that answer the most common questions you have when planning to visit the fjords in Western Norway.

Michelin restaurants and hotels in the Fjords – Map Overview