Fiskebaren is a fish bar contrarily located in an old butcher shop with a few on-theme relics hanging around, like a cutting block by the entrance and toilets in what used to be the walk-in fridge. All of this meat-centric history is offset by the huge fish tank in the middle of the restaurant. Despite having a Michelin star, Fiskebaren is completely unpretentious—white tile walls, chalkboards, no need to dress up or feel compelled to order several courses. The fish served are caught by the smaller coastal fisherman coming in and out of the harbor daily, meaning you will not find a restaurant serving fresher catch. Show up, take a seat at the bar, and order a few appetizers (try the cod’s roe with sour cream), a dozen oysters, and a glass of cold white wine.

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