Guide to Stavanger
Wild guess: You probably won’t be spending every hour inside the apartment while you’re here (unless you’re a vampire). So, we put together a little Stavanger-guide for you to explore.
Fancy a hassle-free brekkie? With Morgenlevering, you can easily order a tasty breakfast spread delivered straight to your door. Order here: morgenlevering.no
Probably the most exciting and diverse food street in Stavanger, with many exotic eateries and small, unique shops. Try the pizza at Panzanella, bao buns at YIPS or book a table at the MICHELIN Guide Restaurant, K2, if you're feeling fancy.
Flor & Fjære
In the mood for a sensory experience? Go visit Flor & Fjære and experience fresh sea air, colourful gardens, and delicious food. Spoiler: The famous Hidlefjord fish soup is really yummy!
More information, tickets and prices: florogfjare.no
Helmer Te & Kaffe
A delightful spot for your coffee (or tea) fix, especially if you're a fan of people-watching. We recommend sitting outside, preferably when the sun is out.
Kokko is another coffee shop worth a visit if you’re into architecture and quality coffee.
Patisserie, bakery, ice cream parlour, chocolatier, pizzeria, cafe, restaurant, and bar. A great spot for breakfast or lunch, especially if you fancy some American-style pancakes.
100% vegan restaurant. The wine list is also thoughtfully curated, featuring many natural wines. Book your table here: bellies.no
Bakery with yummy cinnamon buns (kanelsnurr means cinnamon roll in Norwegian) and other baked goodies. They have several cafes around the city, including Eiganes.