The wine guide to 7 Michelin star restaurants in Norway 2021

  1. Phone: +47 22 41 88 00

    Address: Rådhusgata 11, Oslo

    Statholdergaarden is a classic fine dining restaurant in the Oslo city center. High ceilings, beautiful flower decorations and elegant chandeliers set a warm scene for a gastronomic experience with roots in the French kitchen. The wine cellar has around 500 labels, going deep into the most classical areas. While Statholdergaarden’s wine list is fine wine oriented, there are surprising elements when it is studied more closely. If you cannot manage to book a table, the informal restaurant in the cellar shares the wine list with Statholdergaarden – at a discount.

  2. Phone: +47 456 85 022

    Address: Ruseløkkveien 3, Oslo

    Omakase is a Japanese restaurant offering an “omakase” menu, which means “to trust the chef”. With only 15 seats around the counter, Omakase offers a unique, personal Tokyo style eating experience. The Omakase Oslo beverage menu is broad with classical Japanese pairings like beer and a wide range of sakes, but the wine list has a selection to match the wide range of produce offered. Champagne and German riesling are well represented together with other major classic regions and a few surprises.

  3. Phone: +47 21 60 01 01

    Address: Maridalsveien 15a, Oslo

    South African Wine List Of The Year Nordic, presented by Libertas Vineyards and Estates 2019

    Kontrast is located in the culinary area of Vulkan which used to be an industrial area by the Akerselva river. The Michelin starred restaurant offers the best produce of the season in both tasting menus and a la carte with beautiful presentations. If you choose one of the wine pairing menus you might be surprised by the modern touch to it, but Kontrast’s wine list is also worth a serious study before you dig in.

  4. Phone: +47 400 02 455

    Address: Torgallmenningen 2, Bergen

    Bare is a fine dining restaurant in the city centre​ of Bergen. It is located in an old stock exchange building, and a meal here often starts with a few appetizers in the beautiful bar with mirror walls. The meal then continues in the dining room where contemporary meets classic, both in terms of decoration and the wine list. The food is based on seasonal and local produce.

  5. Phone: +47 458 44 996

    Address: Ørjaveita 4, Trondheim

    Fagn is a one Michelin starred restaurant dedicated to showcasing local produce in a rock 'n roll-style where there is only one rule; flavour! With most of the food being served by the chefs directly from the open kitchen, the waiters drift around the tables making sure to top off your glass or chitchat while you wait. This restaurant is all about down-to-earth and welcoming service, yet with a high level of food and wine. You can choose between a larger and smaller tasting menu comprised of 10 or 18 servings

  6. Phone: +47 73 800 805

    Address: Dronningens gate 5, Trondheim

    Austrian Wine List of the Year Norway, presented by Austrian Wine 2020

    Speilsalen received its first Michelin star after being open for only ten months. Situated in the Britannia Hotel, this restaurant boasts all the historical splendour of its location and really brings your thoughts towards the grand dining rooms in central Europe, with gilded ceilings, chandeliers and a deeply committed team of young professionals. The menu concept is simple as there is only one; the Full Experience, and throughout an evening, it becomes evident why chef Patron won the Bocuse d’Argent in 2017. All the dishes are meticulously prepared and packed with flavour in a generous, mo...

  7. Phone: +47 954 37 028

    Address: Ladeveien 9, Trondheim

    At Credo, you can look forward to a journey of Norwegian flavours sourced as locally as possible. This one Michelin starred restaurant even knows the name of the cow that provided the cream or eventually the meat. There is only one menu, consisting of some 25 servings. With a somewhat ascetic approach, this is puritan Nordic cuisine with a large proportion of preserved ingredients. They pickle, dry, ferment and cure almost anything in order to offer you the best of Norwegian ingredients throughout the year. In accordance with their philosophy, the beverage pairings consist of beer, mead and...