Went here after arriving in Kristiand following a day of car travel. We were looking forward to a nice steak dinner and a small salad (a rarity on Norwegian menus and a staple in the U.S.). We were shown to the table and found a menu, order sheet and pencil. We guessed we were to fill out the sheet, but we had questions and it took awhile to get someone to pay attention to us. Dinner was very slow to arrive. The salad came with the meal, not before it, and had no dressing...odd. The steak was prepared to the requested doneness, but was not a great piece of beef. The baked potato was okay...skimpy with the sour cream. We were fed and paid the usual exorbitant price. Staff was overwhelmed with work...understaffed?...so little connection with them.
The name and the entry looked very fancy so I wanted to try it. I asked the waiter if they had a meal so I don't have to wonder what do I need order. I fount it a little cheap that you have to check boxes for what you want to order, can't the waiters write?? The waiter made the stay better, otherwise it was cold, but it was -10 outside also. Now the food: I got the food quite fast, it looked good and it smell good as well, but.... The potatoes I chose were tasteless and dry, I ordered entrecote and it was a disappointment, it was like chewing my shoe, I left almost halv of the chewed meat on the plate. The price is typical Norwegian. If you go to a steakhouse and you get out and you are still hungry, then that is not a steakhouse.