A large two-level restaurant and bar by the harbour. When entering the place the bar is to the right and an open restaurant to the left. Just in the middle there is a cooler for beer bottles and wine. Lots of Lambic, Kriek and Geuze, in fact, apart from a few bottles and taps from Lervig I couldnít spot anything else than sour beers. Perfect patio outside. High standard place with lots of working people there. The service was friendly, however, with minimal knowledge of their beer menu. Perfect sushi food. (Reception during the annual meeting of Norwegian historians, 19.06.29015).
Luxurious ambience. High class.
Only been there at daytime. Never had anything to complain aboutthe service.
Best sour beer selection in norway. Top of the line of sour beers in europe. Rare stuff like cantillon mamouche, fou fone, 3f framboos, owa yuzu and lots of other expensive shit. Food is one of the best sushi joint in norway. Not the cheapest, but prices are absolutely acceptable.
The best place to drink sours and lambics in Norway. Beer service is excellent when Eivind is working. The food is awesome but also a little bit pricey like rest of the Stavanger food scene. Not a place to hang out, but a really nice place to eat and drink superb beers and wine. Go treat yourself...
A top notch large restaurant with an impressive selection of sour ales, as well as other styles, many of them displayed straight ahead as you enter the building Service level is great and they are knowledgable both on beer and wine. The food is excellent and recommended, or you could just hang out in the bar lounge. Iíve done both during last year and had a great time both times. Though this is an expensive place, itís worth it.
It looks more like an above average class restaurant with a sleazy night club part, but the restaurant serves excellent food that justify the price. The night club looking bar is actually pretty laid back and a quiet place to sit for a while. The main attraction for the beer enthusiast is the absolute fantastic beer refrigerator with focus on high quality storage beer and especially sour beers. A wonderful selection with several gems you would not find any other place in town Ė prices thereafter. Feeling for giving yourself an extra treat or just a big night on town you should treat yourself with a sushi dish and a nice sour beer to match. Recommendable for at least one visit during your Stavanger visit.
An upper-class look alike restaurant with an impressive beer list, thatís for sure! Nothing to seek out on tap, just ask for their beer menu. You are guaranteed to find a new beer tick. Do not go alone, bring a beer companion to share a couple of rare bottles. (Visited February 27th 2015)
Nice spot for a good meal, very limited selection on tap, but their bottle collection is rather impressive for a restaurant. Also possible to just have a beer in the bar, or take the bottle with you to the lounge, where you can relax and enjoy the beer in silence.
Up and coming beer spot in the center of Stavanger. This place has mainly been a nightclub/restaurant with a nice wine menu but recently expanded their horizon and is now contending for the top 3 place to have a beer in Stavanger. This is the place to go in Stavanger if you want to have a nice meal and a nice beer both at once! The sushi is the best in Stavanger. The restaurant food is great, although pricey its well worth a visit. The beers on tap is only standard pilsners but their bottle menu is ever expanding and including internation beers from all around the world including sour beers (costly tho). When you enter the place you got a glass showcase of alot of wine bottles but if you look closely you see some rare beers as well. I mainly go here for food and have beer as a second option cause the bottles can be quite costly but once you have a look at their bottled beer menu you donít want to leave before your wallet is empty. If you come here try the sushi!!!
I have first been at Hall Toll because it was my colleaguesí favorite as a restaurant in Stavanger (value for money wise). I then spotted some rare beers in the wine cellars and realized that they had a very large selection of bottles. almost nothing on tap unfortunatly. the best part of my experience was the beer pairing proposed by the waiter in charge with the set menu. some very nice discoveries and definitly worth coming back soon. I really enjoyed not having to choose among the long list and rather trust the sommelier. please let him know your budget first because some beers are terribly overpriced (for aging reasons). next time I will also check the selection of non-alcoholoic beers and will revise the rating.