This is what a proper Norwegian pub should look like, brilliant interior in a tilted old storage building down by the docks. The tap selection was good, quite a few locals and some imports, but hard to see in a rather messy bar set up with taps all over the place. The service was totally fine. The prices were decent enough, Norwegian standard I guess.
Our table was crashed by a couple of rude behaving disgusting drunks with a strong urge to share their rather messed up opinions on women and gays, but I’m not going to hold that against this awesome place.
Central location and certainly an interesting place, but way to noisy and crowded for me on a Friday night. Decent selection, but nothing too interesting. Would like to try again when it’s a bit calmer (I guess then everything but Friday and Saturday night). Guess I had kind of great expectations and therefor left a bit disappointed.
Slightly hidden entrance to these dimly lit low ceilinged rooms with a bar serving lots of differnt fine beers on tap and in bottles. Quick and friendly service, quite a few beers we hadn’t already had, and lots of good beers we were already familiar with, both from abroad and from Norway.Some comment on the price level, I remember it as typical Norwegian. A place to return to.
Hard to find entrence - Trondheim set up? Anyhow loads of seating - you can aswell sit on a boat. My first choice was the bar. Simple but clean toilet (the tapwater is boiling), easy to access by foot - by car more tricky vs parking, Very nice crew, good selection on tap, as well on bottle but pricey. The Norwegian lamb racks was superb. Yeah and... stayed long to finish both beer and food! And yeah the have the Portugese wee tapas (bread with ingr.) setup. - Naxos! Beware some of the taps are hidden at the end of the bar en som are aswell behind the bar- Asked the crew to put some more lightning on them - to visualize them for the customers.
Really great place that you enter by descending a stair case at the end of one of Trondheim’s many small bridges over bodies of water in their city centre. This brings you into a very darkly lit, charming pub with a small handful of taps (2 Austmann and a De Molen on tap when I went) and a very good selection of bottles, both Norwegian micros, some nice Belgians and others. You can order 0.2L pours of most beers for around 50NOK. Bottle prices are steep - usual for Norway. Definitely a worthwhile place to check out when in Trondheim.
Visited on a Wednesday in June 2014.
I liked the interior of this place, it kind of reminded of an old ship. The location is excellent, by the river close to everything.
The selection was good as was the service. Norwegian prices are always "interesting". A place to visit if visiting Trondheim.
A staple when it comes to beer in Trondheim. It is a lovely place with a good selection of beers, at least by any Norwegian standard. However the selection has decreased over the last few years and the service i received on my last few visits wasn’t all that good either. The people manning the bar are nice, but they aren’t all that knowledgeable.
A very nice pub situated on the riverbank in an old charming building. The selection of beers have declined over the last years, but they still have a huge selection compared to the average Norwegian pub. However, the prices are way above the other beer places in Trondheim, so this is the spot where you get the least for your money.