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Soybean is an icon of Asian cuisine. During thousands of years, the Chinese people put their peerless wisdom with food to use and created diverse soybean products, such as soy sauce and many kinds of fermented or unfermented tofu. SOYA Restaurant is the restaurant where you can have a bite of China in the center of Bergen. As Confucius (551-479 BC) said, it is always our pleasure to greet friends from afar. We warmly welcome all our guests as friends to SOYA Restaurant.
The taste is ok, but you expect a lot more when you pay the that price. The Peking Duck was not warm and had little taste. The chicken Sweet and Sour was also cold. They adveritised "home made sauce". I don´t think so. Save money,...More
It felt a bit strange to think we would eat Chinese food in Bergen...but wooow...what a surprise I got that night! Fantastic flavors, dishes to dream about,a perfect setting and an urge to go back and have more. This restaurant is top recommendable. If you...More
Food better than expectation! At least better than the other place I tried in Bergen and Oslo!Quite authentic and the chili oil on the table is worth to try! Just the service wasn’t as attentive as I expected! Friendly staff though!
Arrived there based on Tripadvisor reviews. Relatively small place, nicely decorated, excellent tasty food that all of us really enjoyed as well as good vegan options.
Overall great experience.
Went here for dinner with a friend and we enjoyed every bite! The main courses were tasty and my Buddha Hot pot (vegetarian with tofu) was DELICIOUS! The mango tapioca dessert was one of my favourite desserts eating out! Definitely will come again!
I love Chinese food. With over 30 visits to China and visits to most regions the range and uniqueness of regional foods is stunning. The various tastes are flavoursome and distinct.
This is why very few Chinese restaurants outside China make the mark. They water...More
Cosy ambience and subtle service. We walked in for dinner. Started with our drinks and some Prawn and Chives dumplings - very good.
For main course, we ordered the King prawns with snow peas in garlic sauce (Oliven Kongereker) and their classic egg fried rice...More
We had dinner here, and weren't looking for anything special. Which was just as well. We both chose the same main course, lamb ramen; it would be an improvement to say that it was pretty forgettable, I am afraid to say. Basically, a melange of...More