This riverside restaurant near the old wooden bridge serves superb, flavour-filled dishes with influences from many Asian countries in ways that are unique in our experience. It also provides very good sushi and you can order sake too. We tried one dish based on sushi that was a wow for an entree, and another that we thought was conger eel (we misinterpreted the Norwegian!) but turned out to be a very, very large prawn (or a small crayfish?) with a scrumptious salad of many oriental vegetables and fruits, including mango and lime. For mains, we had a mildly curried dish of mixed seafood with an irresistible sauce and a dish that was described as sweet chili chicken but was far, far better than the name suggests. It's quite dark inside but elegantly laid out. The service was friendly and very good. The house white wine was a dry German Riesling that went very well with all of the food. The prices are quite high but not as high as the top layer of Norwegian restaurants and, by Norwegian standards, we though this excellent value. If you like Asian food of any cuisine, you are unlikely to be disappointed.
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