Bergen: three dining options for groups

Gastronomic choices on offer for C&I groups in Bergen, Norway's second-largest city, are aplenty.

Cornelius: This sea food restaurant lies outside of Bergen on Holme, reached in 25 minutes by boat. The restaurant is known for its exquisite sea food, with specialities including lobster, oysters and scallops. The restaurant can seat up to 330 guests and can also be used for conferences.

Fløien Folke: The restaurant sits majestically on the summit of Mount Fløyen with a breath-taking view of Bergen and surrounding areas. Built in 1925, the restaurant was restored in 1992 and caters for up to 350 people across the whole building or a maximum of 200 people in one room. Fløibanen, the furnicular railway, goes from the city centre up to the top, 320 meters above sea level, in eight minutes.

Restaurant 1877: Located in the middle of the city centre, just across from the Fish Market, Restaurant 1877 uses seasonal ingredients from small-scale producers in the region.

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