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They didnt served us for lunch, because its a restaurant for bus groups. If it had been mentionned (sign or internet) we would not have wasting our time.More
Date of visit: August 2019
sakrisoy r, Manager at Underhuset Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2019
Very sorry to disappoint you today. Our restaurant was closed for the main public this afternoon, for practical reasons, as it was reserved for a bus group that had prebooked a specific menu. This is not an every day occasion, we are not a restaurant...More
We chose the suggested menu, but asked to change one dish. This was no problem for our friendly waiter. The combinations of ingredients made a perfect dish ànd menu.
The interior is very cosy and characteristic and you can even sit outside to enjoy the...More
Delicious combines elements of different culinary traditions (Norway, Japan, Uruguay...). Before ordering we got free appetizers. I ate the best mushroom cream there (FRIED PANKOEGG) and WHALE in Kabayaki souce. Also the fish are delicious and interestingly (unusually arranged) served. Amazing view, cozy interior, pleasant...More
We had the pleasure of hosting this restaurant twice. We got appetizers before eating (very nice gesture). Cod is the best prepared fish we've ever eaten, superbly served. For dessert, ice cream, which they make themselves. A really great restaurant and a very talented cook.
There are only two restaurants on Sakrisöy and one closes at 8 pm. So Underhuset it was for us two nights. Service was impeccable with hired personnel from Sweden, Ecuador and other places. We tried a number of dishes such as cod, goat cheese salad,...More
Simple, but varied, lunch menu. «Grown-up» menu, so we asked for something else for our 2,5 year old daughter. The chef prepared a special pasta dish just for her- perfect!
Nice restaurant with lots of history, stories and photos from old times at Sakrisøy.
Friendly staff, and great food. We had whale stead with potato cream, and loved every morsel. Our son's salmon steak was cooked perfectly, and disappeared easily.
The raspberry sorbet was to die for, a true taste bomb.
We were a group of 18 having a fantastic dinner at the beginning of June this year.
The owner gave us the opportunity to have his own hunted grouse as a starter and locale and fresh cod for main course, ending with nice desserts. Perhaps...More