Monday, July 06, 2009

5 best roadside diners in Norway 2009


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How many times have you stopped by the road, in order to to get a meal, and found the meat to be burnt, the fish tough, vegetables over cooked and the gravy tasting like something out of packet. Well, Norwegian roadside restaurants have had a notoriously bad reputation. In order to get better, and more healthy food for those of us traveling along the roads summertime, a group studying nutrition at the University of Oslo and DHL drivers have tested food under offer at diners in Norway. Here are the winners.

  1. Marché Storebaug Øst/Vest, Rygge
    Swiss restaurant chain operating in the Eastern part of Norway. Tasty food with a large selection of vegetables. Nice staff.


  2. Sofias Café og Bar, Geilo
    Diner with a healthy focus. Local ingredients and bake their own bread.

  3. Nye Spydeberg Pizza - Li Qua, Spydeberg
    Chinese diner with a large menu of oriental food. Pizza and burgers available for junk food lovers

  4. By the Way, Kløfta
    Breakfast, lunch, and dinner available. A wide range of meat and fish on the menu, and a very impressive salad bar.

  5. Marché Bistro, Kjellstad, Lier
    Swiss restaurant chain operating in the Eastern part of Norway. Tasty food with a large selection of vegetables. Nice staff.
More roadside dinners?

See what we ate at BJ's diner by the N3 highway between Johannesburg and Durban

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