There is a lot we love about traveling: people, scenery, and of course food. Eating is one of our favorite ways to experience new places, including our recent trip to Norway. We enjoyed the culinary journey so much that Tove even wrote an article for America’s only Norwegian newspaper, The Norwegian American.

Norwegian Culinary Adventure
Tove taking a break from fancy meals to enjoy pølse in Olso

In the article, Tove shares our in-depth dining experiences from the beginning of our trip in Bergen to the end of our vacation in Oslo. And there’s even a shoutout to our favorite beer bar included. In other words, she has all the bases covered from food to drink.

Click here to read Tove’s article Eating My Way Through Bergen and Oslo.

The clear takeaway: Norway sets itself apart from other European countries for fresh seafood and vegetables. And Norwegians have great respect for the goods they catch, grow, forage, etc. It was a true pleasure to experience that first-hand and it left us only wanting more in the future.

Ox cheek from Marg & Bein in Bergen

Have you enjoyed Norwegian culinary magic? If so, we’d love to hear from you! Please feel free to share your stories by leaving a comment below or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You can also check out Seattle Bloggers for more great places to explore in the Emerald City and around the world!

And if you’d like to see more of our Norwegian adventures, check out our posts about Hedmark and Bodø. And also see our posts about Lisbon, Salzburg, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Bruges and many more.

You can also learn more about The Norwegian American here.