Pizza at Sirkus Renaa
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by Gard Karlsen
1M ago
As they say “Pizza is always the answer. Who cares what the question is?” There are a few places in Stavanger to get a decent pizza and Sirkus Renaa at Sølvberget is one of them. Just good, Italian style pizza with sourdough base and good topping. I had the Truffle Salametto with mozzarella from Osteverkstedet , truffle salumi, truffle pecorino and caramelized leek! Make sure to check out the weekly pizza option! Pizzas cost between 200 and 265 kroner ..read more
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Enjoying Hyderabadi Chicken Biriyani at Spisoh
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by Gard Karlsen
1M ago
We’ve become regulars at Spisoh, and it’s quickly risen to the top of our go-to list! On our latest visit, we popped in during a quiet weekday to indulge in some “midweek madness” dining. With only a few other guests around, we were able to place our orders swiftly, and within 15-20 minutes, our meals were ready. Initially, my Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani appeared modest in size, but it was deceptively filling! This aromatic rice dish was a delight, boasting a perfect balance of lightness and fluffiness, richly seasoned with an assortment of spices, and studded with succulent chicken pieces. I w ..read more
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*ouch* burger tasting
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by Gard Karlsen
1M ago
Hekkan burger and The Hungries graciously extended an invitation to us for a sneak peek at Hekkan’s fresh venture, *ouch* burger! As a self-proclaimed Hekkan burger enthusiast, their offerings have never failed to impress me: their coal-grilled burgers are a testament to flavor excellence. The secret lies in the premium meat sourced from Prima Jæren, freshly ground and bound with just a pinch of salt. Enter Ouch burger: a reimagined take on the smash burger. Staying true to their roots, they employ the same high-grade meat, seasoned on-the-spot as it sizzles away. The Stavanger foodie communi ..read more
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Enjoying rustic, homemade food at Casa Gio
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by Gard Karlsen
1M ago
We went to Casa Gio in March 2024 to celebrate an anniversary and nothing much has changed since our last visit. There is still just a short menu on a blackboard as you enter and there are only like 4 main dishes. On this evening, it did not seem like the blackboard was updated but we got information about the menu from our waiter. The restaurant is cozy with dim lighting, brick walls and dark furniture and there is an intimate atmosphere with a view to the kitchen. It didn’t take that long before we got our starters – octopus salad and tagliere misto. The cold octopus salad had delicious pie ..read more
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Seid Grill & Cocktailbar - amazing views of Stavanger!
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by Gard Karlsen
1M ago
Just a few weeks back, the new Seid Grill & Cocktailbar opened at the very top of Stavanger’s new “skyscraper” K8. Located on the 16th floor, this is the first restaurant with a grand view of downtown Stavanger! When walking in you can see there has been focus on details as you are met by the restaurant logo as a mosaic on the floor and high ceiling with windows from floor to ceiling. There is a bar section that looks classy, and this also leads out to the open-air terrace with grand views of Stavanger and the harbor. The restaurant features small and large tables, comfortable chairs, and ..read more
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Hermetikken has moved from wine bar to amazing restaurant!
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by Gard Karlsen
2M ago
We went to Hermetikken Restaurant a year back and we were very impressed. We returned in March 2024 for an afternoon feast and came to this small, beautiful place on an equally beautiful sunny spring day! The entire places oozes of quality with small marble tables and comfortable chairs. We got a short history of the place by Knut-Espen Misje before indulging in a glass of crips, cold Revolution champagne by Domaine Doyard . We were about to embark on the Oma(k)ase menu with 12 servings and we started with some snacks – a beer batter ring with cream cheese, roe and citrus and a smal ..read more
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Gladmat Food & Fun at Bellies
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by Gard Karlsen
2M ago
We enjoyed dinner with friends at Bellies in February 2024 during Gladmat Food & Fun. The guest chef was Javi Lopez from Colombia and menu had some of his dishes and some signature dishes from Bellies. The restaurant was lively as usual and the atmosphere is quite laidback. We started with rich, creamy pumpkin soup, puffed tapioca and a large pumpkin ravioli. We also got a small avocado toast even if this is an ingredient that Bellies normally don’t use (they tend to focus more on local products). The celeriac piece that we got next came on a plate brushed with salted lemon. I am not sure ..read more
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Engaging dining experience at POLKA Grill & Spiseri
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by Gard Karlsen
2M ago
POLKA Grill & Spiseri is a recent addition to the Stavanger restaurant scene, and it is situated above Fish & Cow and Tango in Torgterassen. The restaurant's concept involves embedded grills at each table, promising an engaging dining experience. Our Friday evening began with a subtle sense of neglect from the staff upon entry. In addition to this, they were not able to find our booking but luckily there was a table that we got to keep for 1 ½ hours even if our booking specifically said 2 hours. Navigating the menu was seamless with iPads for ordering but we got some advice from our w ..read more
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Restaurant SÖL sticks to their concept
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by Gard Karlsen
2M ago
We stopped by Restaurant SÖL with a couple of friends in February 2024 (during Gladmat Food & Fun) and with guest appearance by Czech chef Vojtěch Václavík. As the menu changes seasonally, I will not get too much into the details but try to focus on the concept and ambience – and give a conclusion in the end! Our evening started with fresh sourdough bread and I’m weak when it comes to this. And served with some whipped butter from Røros meieriet, I was in heaven right away. But we also got some langoustine crackers and chicharrons (puffed pork skin) and there was also a cream-based dip fr ..read more
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Enjoying a Sadya lunch at Spisoh
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by Gard Karlsen
3M ago
We've visited Spisoh a few times in the past and always enjoyed the delightful South Indian cuisine at their Løkkeveien restaurant. Recently, a post on their page caught our attention—an announcement about a Sadya lunch. Intrigued, we promptly signed up for this unique experience. Sadya comprises an array of traditional vegetarian dishes, typically served on a banana leaf in the Kerala region of India, and is a customary lunch offering at traditional feasts. Having previously relished banana leaf meals in places like Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, the prospect of trying a similar experience in S ..read more
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