enjoyed my meal. will return.
Cons: you can't make any variations to what is on offer.
enjoyed my meal. will return.
The staff in this place is truly kind and motivated. The food they offer depends from day to day and thus it makes it nice to come back more than once! Prices are quite low for Norwegian standards.
This is a great place to go to. Only 3 items on the menu and are made fresh. We had the burrito wrap and it was delicious. Check timings before you go.
We were worried that it would be hard to find food in Tromso, and then happened upon Sivertsens Kafe.
The food is great, and the atmosphere totally relaxed. we ate there for 3 days running and tried a few different beers. I would definitely recommend the cafe.
The opening times are more set these days (we asked the team when they are open, 3-late for the days we were there)
It is not the cheapest (even compared with Norwegian standards) place but a nice place with a cozy and familiar atmosphere. The food is also very good and all dishes including the cake was vegan.
When we went there, the owner had to options on the menu. Soup with home made bread and lasagne with salad and bread. We both had the lasagne an it was really good. Everything was hot and fresh. (Also the bread was still warm)
The amount of food was okay, could be a little bit more for the price.
After the lasagne I had coffee and (vegan) chocolate cake. Also a good and fresh taste with a lot of chocolate and coconut cream.
The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. Seems to be it is the living room of the alternative scene of Tromso. The location and the interior suits perfect to the (regular) guests but nothing is grubby. They also offer a good range of beer and free water.
So 4 of 5 cows, if the would add maybe one more dish on the menu and reduce their prices of the food a little bit.
I've not eaten here yet but I've stopped by to look at the menu and suss out prices...it's approx. 125NOK/14 Euros for a main (which is why it'll be a special treat for us!) and there are two or three dishes available each day. All food is vegan, though dairy milk is available for drinks, the atmosphere appeared warm and welcoming and the staff very friendly.
Just be careful of the opening hours, as the first time I went to ask about booking a table (this isn't needed), I found the door open, lights on, but nobody there, despite it being within the times listed above. I waited for over five minutes before leaving. The second time, I arrived at six pm to find a staff member opening up, and was told the cafe is open from Wednesdays to Sundays, from six (different to the times in the listing). So if you are only in Tromso briefly, maybe it's a good idea to call ahead and confirm times, to avoid disappointment.
Hopefully I'll be back with a food review soon!
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