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We came for the lunch with my wife. The owner was really kind, he spoke French with us and explained us all the meals. We ordered a fresh and homemade Fish & Chips and a typical soup with meat, sausage and vegetables. It was delicious,...More
I have come here before with guests from overseas and have had good food with good service. Especially good when the Swedish chef was serving. This time I took a Finnish guest. We both ordered fish soup as main course. The flavour was a good...More
Date of visit: March 2019
jon Steinar M, Daglig leder at Glesvaer Kafe, responded to this reviewResponded March 6, 2019
We regret that you were not satisfied with your visit and the fish soup. Not happy guests are not good. We try to have both an ok menu, pleasant staff and good service. At times we can be thinly staffed and it can and go...More
Hi all, I will just echo a recent review to say the history shared, a couple of fun sing alongside, and hot tea and pancake + jam + cream were a welcome respite on a rainy day. Visited as part of a tour.
We visited on August 21, 2018 with a tour group and the owner/manager Jon Steinar made us fresh pancakes with cream & strawberries, while leading us in singing some Norwegian songs. The colors of the various fishing village wooden buildings North Sea waters as we...More
We dropped by this cafe after driving around the outskirts of Bergen.
When we entered we saw that it was also a gift shop selling a variety of interesting tin boxes, mugs & knick knacks.
The service was excellent. As we were a large group...More