In Stavanger, the two-star Michelin restaurant RE-NAA is an excellent choice and further south in the region is Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell, who scored 6 out of 6 in the regional newspaper Stavanger Aftenblad. The journey offers tradition and history, yet at the same time, it offers comfort and the modern art of cooking. Locally sourced, excellent ingredients are a must in the culinary region of Norway. It also helps to have talented chefs with a passion for their oeuvre.
Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell - a hotel with character
Sogndalstrand - 30 km south of the town Egersund - originally an ancient seaport from the sailship era. This picturesque environment is home to the Sogndalstrand Kulturhotell in restored wooden clothing from the 1800s. Sogndalstrand is the only community in Norway where both the wooden housing dating from the 1700s and 1800s and the surrounding cultural landscape are protected by the Directorate for Cultural Heritage. Visitors are welcomed with warmth and hospitality. In their restaurant "Folvik Kafe" they serve "authentic and homemade", an interest sprung from their pride in Norwegian and especially local food culture and traditions.