Brasseriet - a unique dining experience

Brasseriet is a modern restaurant with a central location on the quay in Svolvær. We serve seasonal and tasty dishes.

  • About Brasseriet

With its central location on the quay in Svolvær, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the fjord surrounded and look out at the main port to the city. Nearby you will also find the city’s nightlife, the major cultural scene and galleries - so how about a nice meal before heading out to enjoy the evening?

Northern Norwegian hospitality and a great taste experience

At Brasseriet, we have put emphasis on an atmosphere with beautiful and colourful materials, while keeping our northern Norwegian soul and hospitality. Among other things, we have open kitchens in the restaurant to promote the interaction between our chefs and guests.

You’ll find both a Spanish Josper grill and a Japanese Robata grill. With these grills, we will be able to offer you, as a guest, a unique range of grilled meat and fish from Lofoten. 

Ingredients from the Nordic cuisine

The food served is inspired by the ingredients found in the Nordic cuisine - with a strong focus on both local and locally sourced produce. The main focus is on delivering world-class Norwegian products, and as much as possible using organic and locally sourced ingredients. We also look beyond Norway’s borders so we can always offer our guests the very best of both food and drink.

Our menus are seasonal so that the ingredients used have their ultimate flavour. This makes the tasting experience extraordinary and unique every time you visit our restaurant. The menu consists of several small and medium-sized dishes, so that you as a guest can put together exactly the menu you want. For an even better dining experience, we encourage our guests to share different dishes to create the perfect combination of colours, flavours and harmony.

We look forward to welcoming you and your party.

  • Menus
  • Opening hours


Tuesday – Thursday
11:30 – 14:30

Friday – Saturday
11:30 – 15:00

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