Restaurant Gammelbua

Address: Reine, 8390 Reine Date: Tuesday 12 apr 2016 - Thursday 13 Sep 2018 Show map

Address: Reine, 8390 Reine

We serve fresh fish caught right on our doorstep, together with a number of other dishes based on local ingredients. Our restaurant and bar, Gammelbua, was once the old general store in Reine, and dates back about 200 years.

Our chef will prepare your meal in the traditional Norwegian or international way. We offer several exciting dishes made of local fresh fish and meat, based on seasonality. This to create a “real” Lofoten food experience.

We can serve up to 72 guests in 3 different rooms, giving parties of any size the feeling of cosiness, comfort and authenticity, together with breathtaking views. At the 'Loftet', we can accommodate larger parties for conferences, dinners, concerts and other arrangements as per your request.

Open mid January - end October.

Groups on request.

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Occasions

Date    
22 Sep
Friday 22 sep 2017
23 Sep
Saturday 23 sep 2017
24 Sep
Sunday 24 sep 2017
25 Sep
Monday 25 sep 2017

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