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$13 - $36
Mexican, Peruvian
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0.4 miles from Mount Floyen and the Funicular
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Reviewed February 27, 2020

The restaurant is located in the Oleana hotel. The menu consists of mostly small dishes from Mexico and South America. I startet with crispy bacon skin with a delicious guacamole to dip. A simple but good snack. Tiradito was raw salmon bits with peanuts, onions...and other with a sharp sauce of different chili. Small dish but an incredible taste bomb. Taco solo pescado tempura is a small tortilla with fried white fish and tacochips. This one also nice and tasty. Try a South American cocktail too, it fits and they are good, such as smoked Margarita. Heavenly tastes.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed August 11, 2019

Atmosphere is cozy and nice. We had nachos and the burger - both were great. Dessert great too. Good meal in a nice place, and our waiter was wonderful!

Date of visit: August 2019
CarstenJohannesen, General Manager at Acido, responded to this reviewResponded August 20, 2019

Dear Dori R, Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback from your last visit at Acido! Im glad to see that you enjoyed the food, service and atmosphere! Welcome back at a later occasion! Best Regards Carsten & Team Acido

Reviewed June 7, 2019 via mobile

The kitchen closes promptly at 10, so don’t be late—even if you stay at the hotel. They sent us next door—kitchen also closed—but at least the bartender there offered us nuts:) We tried again the following evening with more success. However, while the food was...beautifully presented, flavors were lacking in two of three dishes: 1. Guacamole lacked flavor. No garlic and avocados seemed underripe. Plenty of chips, though, and they were fresh. 2. Pork tacos were tasty but in a hard taco shell—which was strange. A soft corn tortilla would’ve worked wonders, as this was the best dish we tried. 3. Ceviche was so bad we didn’t eat it. The fish was rubbery and overall the dish lacked flavor. Drinks were interesting and tasty, and the one with cotton candy was fun to watch presented. Service was excellent, with a friendly server. Sad that the food disappoints. Given the myriad of options in Bergen, we won’t return.More

Date of visit: June 2019
CarstenJohannesen, Daglig leder at Acido, responded to this reviewResponded June 16, 2019

Dear kdk1965, Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback here as well as on Hotel Oleana. We usually do not use garlic in our guacamole but the avocado should be ripe. In Norway it is not oncommon to serve tacos in...More

Reviewed April 12, 2019

Excellent food served by very friendly staff,menu is on the small side but this was similar in many other places in Bergen.Would definitely eat there again.More

Date of visit: March 2019
Carsten J, General Manager at Acido, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2019

Dear PhilD1577, Im glad to see that you enjoyed our food and service even though the menu might be a bit small, we are making some changes these days, so feel free to come back and try out our updated menu during the summer! Happy...More

Reviewed March 24, 2019

I have missed an peruan/chilean experience in Bergen and this is one of two new restaurants that provide this cusine in Bergen. The chevice and tacos was splendid. The "coloured" tortillas was a bit outside of my tasterange, but experience was amazing.More

Date of visit: March 2019
Carsten J, General Manager at Acido, responded to this reviewResponded April 5, 2019

Dear christianl946, Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback! Im glad you enjoyed most of our choices ! We have now started our out-side service, so if you want to enjoy the food and sun you know were to find us!...More

Reviewed October 29, 2018

We were staying at Hotel Oleana and so popped down one evening to sample the desserts, having had dinner earlier. Even though they were busy on a Saturday night, the restaurant manager made room for us and took great care of us, which we appreciated....The dessert menu is small but the options are first-class. We loved the gingerbread ice cream with anise cream and crisps made from rice oatmeal and Norwegian brown goat cheese and the churros.More

Date of visit: October 2018
Carsten J, General Manager at Acido, responded to this reviewResponded November 13, 2018

Dear Bruce G, Thank you so much for your warm review of our dessert menu - it seams like you managed to try it all - and im glad to see that you both enjoyed the menu and our service. Hopefully next time you will...More

Reviewed October 13, 2018 via mobile

We had an amazing 3-course vegan meal here. Everything tasted incredible, so many different flavours that went amazing together. And the service was really good too! Would highly recommend.

Date of visit: October 2018
Rønnaug N, General Manager at Acido, responded to this reviewResponded October 19, 2018

Dear guest, good to hear from you! It really pleases us to hear that the tastes of Àcido was enjoyable. Thank you so much for sharing, and welcome back! Warm regards, Rønnaug

Reviewed September 8, 2018 via mobile

With an empty restaurant, we had to wait 18 minutes for 2 quesadillas that not only fall flat because of the complete lack of seasoning, but are also served with a generic chipotle mayo and a mixture of red onion, parsley stems and pineapple that...don’t contribute or elevate the bland chicken and boring cheese filling of the store bought sparkless tortilla. Said tortillas were soggy and the plating was as basic as it’s taste. There is no chimichurri or green salsa to be found and no citrus in our plates what so ever, this made the soggy bland chicken and cheese lifeless tortilla eating experience one of the worst ever in my personal experience. Our waiter spoke a mixture of very broken English and a broken Norwegian. These language skills were barely able to correct our order which was a pulled pork quesadilla but that was later somehow explained to us that there is no pulled pork, only pulled chicken. We also ordered a cortado that no only was admitted forgotten by our waiter but also served in a whiskey glass with no handle. The plates were topped with a mixture of olive oil and spinach? Both our plates had a fried fish- smell to them. Making the taste of chicken a very weird experience. We were asked twice how our food was by waiters that came from behind and that we weren’t able to see- a kind of jump scare experience. The offer of alcohol far surpasses the quality of the food by making this a bland boring experience with very bland food, overpriced for the quality with uneducated waiters that forget orders when they have literally no customers. People with 0 knowledge about the magnificence of South American food will find this place a great place to have a drink and we with extensive knowledge about the loveliness and freshness of South American food will probably never set foot here again.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Rønnaug N, General Manager at Acido, responded to this reviewResponded September 10, 2018

Dear guest Thank you for giving us this feedback. We can see that quite a few things have gone wrong during you visit, and we are sorry for your negative experience. We will use your feedback to improve and correct our service. I would like...More

Reviewed August 27, 2018

Loved Acido, the food and service was excellent! The hotel is not only known for their food but also the signature drinks.

Date of visit: August 2018
Reviewed July 18, 2018

So I was at Acido last Saturday when the bar was almost closed, with employees finishing their last calls and ready to go home. I approached a bartender and asked for a drink - he politely told me that they were closed but that he...could offer me beer or wine. During the conversation I mentioned that i just wanted gin and tonic - and that got this young man excited. Despite being late he offered to make me a special gin based cocktail (his secret recipe). And OMG, that cocktail was just super delicious. But what I appreciated even more is his genuine interest in making me a cocktail after close. but the story doesn't end here - since I liked the first cocktail he had made he offered to make me another one, a different one, which was also equally good. What a guy! and obviously the bar ambiance and the whole set up is worth going there. I will definitely visit Acid if I happen to be in Bergen again any time soon. The bartender's name is Bartek. Bartek - I wish you all the very best and again thank you so much for quenching my thirst with your special cocktails that night.More

Date of visit: July 2018
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