Please note the time of evening we are leaving and that it is still light out.
I will share with you my Palatable Photos.Monkfish & Potatoes at Smia
The next day we went to "The Smallest Cafe in the World" where I met Dunna who spoke to on Facebook before I came. I love meeting people in real life. She makes these wonderful waffles with apples and cinnamon in the batter topped with ice cream and chocolate sauce.
The next day we went to Bergen where they had an amazing open air fish market. There were so many fresh fish dishes to choose from but I had to have myself some Fish & Chips. Yum. (Sorry no pic of that - I was too hungry.) We then wandered around the vendors in the rain and came across a cafe called Illy Coffee Bar.
Every hotel we stayed in had amazing breakfast buffets, too magnificent to describe.
More than the usual American breads and pastries...pate, caviar, sundried tomatoes, meats, cheeses, eggs, beans, potatoes, fresh fruit, fresh veggies, yogurts, whole grain breads and rolls, etc. This was just one out of 4 or 5 counters.
The next day we drove up the mountain to Flåm. We stayed at the Fretheim, but we had dinner at the Flåmsbrygge compliments of Peggy. It was another great buffet of fresh food.
There we enjoyed more good food including kebab - once again too hungry to remember the camera.
The last night in Oslo Peggy and I went to Tullins Cafe where we shared chicken ciabatta sandwiches and stir fry beef. It was great way to end our trip.
Despite eating a variety of foods and never feeling hungry, I lost at least 8 pounds on this trip from all the walking we did. More about that in another post.