26 North Restaurant & Social Club is a Nordic restaurant concept that first opened in Stavanger in 2016.
Inspired by the Nordic countries’ nature, culinary treasures and design, the 26 North Restaurant & Social Club concept has been “successful in giving guests a real taste of Scandinavia”.
Now the “authentic Nordic dining experience” has arrived at Oslo Gardermoen, its fourth restaurant, opening at the Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen.
Following a complete renovation of the hotel’s first floor, the restaurant reopens with extra seats and under a new banner.
26 North Restaurant & Social Club is a Nordic restaurant concept that first opened in Stavanger in 2016. Since then it has been unveiled in Bergen and Oslo, with plans to travel further afield in the future.
The menus are inspired by ingredients found in the fjords, farms and forests of Norway, a local focus that “makes a real difference to diners, who have given the Stavanger restaurant a top rating on TripAdvisor ever since it opened”.
Exciting new menu
Joakim Olandersson, food and drinks manager at 26 North at Radisson Blu Airport Hotel at Gardermoen, was part of the team that created 26 North in Stavanger. He has “developed an exciting new menu for the Gardermoen restaurant”, the restaurant chain says.
“We’ve kept many of the most popular dishes like Boards from the Fjords, while adding some brand new specialties like Elgsliders,” he says.
“The whole idea is to serve local food that triggers the taste buds – a concept that has proven to be a winner across Norway. Now we’re looking forward to giving both local and international guests a taste of the Nordic region right here at the airport.”
With more than 100 seats in the restaurant, 70 seats in the bar and the new 26 North Express Coffee Lounge concept, “it’s sure to be a popular and inspiring choice among our guests”.