Værtshuset Bærums Verk
Historic Restaurant in Bærum, near Oslo, Norway
Værtshuset Bærums Verk is Norway’s oldest inn, situated by the Lomma river in idyllic surroundings. The picturesque buildings clustered around the country courtyard bring atmosphere to a sumptuous meal in a setting from a bygone age. A feeling of warm hospitality envelops one immediately. Listed in 1939, extensively restored and reopened in 1987. A well-run establishment
under the direction of Ulla and Bob Laycock, both with backgrounds in the hotel and restaurant business. The menu is inspired by Norwegian country house traditions, using only the finest ingredients. All food is freshly cooked, using herbs from the inn’s own garden. Salads,
soups, impressive open sandwiches, shellfish, fish and meat dishes, as well as desserts and cakes. Based on the produce available, the menu varies according to season. Game is, naturally, popular in the autumn. Specially
selected wines accompany the menu, and the inn is fully licensed.
Type of cuisine:
The menu is inspired by Norwegian country house traditions; Norwegian cuisine with an international twist. All food is freshly cooked, using the finest ingredients and herbs from our own garden. We bake fresh bread daily, as well as our own flatbrød (traditional,
Monday - Friday 12:00-22:30
Other opening hours can be arranged.