There are two fish markets. One is on the street with beaches on both sides of the road. The other is in shops with glass cabinets and tables. The two are the post-processing of the buyer, and the Bund also uses Chinese students, saying family business or something. Anyway, both inside and outside the fish market are very hospitable. We bought some fish in the shop and steamed it back in the hotel. It tastes good and the price is not high.
When I was visiting the fish market, I suddenly heard a Chinese girl say hello to you in Chinese. I was surprised and unexpected. After chatting, I learned that she was a girl from Gansu. On her recommendation, we ordered salmon brisket and half long-legged crab. Two wild oysters and 600g of green mouth, and eventually the two of us can't finish eating. But it really tastes great, especially green-mouthed and long-legged crabs. Of course, oysters are needless to say. Although the bill is 2,000 kroner (including tips), it feels worthwhile.
Although Bergen Fish Market has a long history, it is not the free market for fishermen to sell freshly caught aquatic products. It has been full of commercial flavor since it was purchased by private operators. But after all, the aquatic products here are various, high quality and fresh, but the price is slightly more expensive. If it's not bad, you can also sit down two kilograms of sweet shrimp or eat a plate of king crab to taste it.
Seafood is really cheap here. King crab, crab cap, lobster, prawn, shark meat are available. There is a regular glass house in the fish market with several seafood stalls. Outside, there will be an open-air market and a street of snacks along the bridge in summer. It's not pleasant.
I can't eat it. See the picture I sent out, it's a precious word, but it's delicious. There are too many kinds, too many unknown, dazzling, but it's still recommended to eat salmon, wild, whale meat, taste like tender beef, slightly fishy, Blue Lobster must taste.
Fisketorget (Fish Market) is set up in an open area 100 meters away from the wharf, which is very lively. Fish market has a wide variety of fish, a variety of seafood, dazzling. Shopping in the fish market has become the most important part of many people's lives, a social place for Bergens.
The fish market is about 900 meters away from the Beren Railway Station and Bus Station. It is located in the downtown of Beren, opposite the world cultural heritage Blugen. There are two fish markets, one is open-air and the other is indoor. The indoor will be fresh but the price is high. Domestic tour groups which belong to scenic spot price will arrange this point. If you want affordable seafood to go back to rema1000 supermarket opposite the recommended fish market, the whole price is fair. There's McDonald's Starbucks near the fish market. Eating is no problem. Fig. 1 and 2 are Norwegian specialties of whale meat that can be tasted.
Imperial crabs and seafood are good, not cheap, but very fresh.