The Restaurant is a plain building, with standard decor, not overly exciting but also not too drab and dreary as to make it look like a slum. We sat outside as it was such a lovely day, and the wooden seating was made more bearable with complimentary cushions. The only downside with sitting outside on this occasion was the very loud music from a nearby establishment or house, but we daren't go inside as the inside felt like a sauna as clearly the air conditioning was not on.
Despite having an english name, the restaurant had no English menus, nor english translations for each item, which seems like the norm for Norway. The waiter, who was clearly not of Norwegian origin, also had difficulties with English, but we managed nonetheless. They did not have two of the main courses, one of which I wanted, but I was able to choose Reindeer which I also like, and which they appear to serve all year round.
The food was good and tasty and very speedily brought to us - this did not come as a surprise since we were the only patrons at the time (18h15-19h45).
The price was right, and the service was acceptable. I can't however say that it wowed me enough to want to go back, but at least I won't avoid it like the plague.
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