We take pride in serving great food to our guests on aboard our ships, using first-class products from local suppliers based all along the Norwegian coastline.
Our Norway’s Coastal Kitchen trades with over 50 farms, fisheries, bakeries, butchers, cheesemakers, distilleries, and ice-cream innovators. You can look forward to trying their produce first hand during your voyage with us, savouring the many flavours of the Norwegian coast with every sip and every bite.
Here are just some of the more than 50 Norwegian suppliers we partner with:
1. 7 Fjell Brewery
The owners of this Bergen-based brewery take pride in making quality craft beer.
2. Aalan Farm Cheesemaker
Tove and Knut Åland provide us with fresh feta and award-winning goat’s cheese.
3. Andvik Poultry Farm
The hens of Mikal Nordheim produce several million eggs every year at their farm.
4. Anikonic Winemaker & Consultancy
Anika Perisic makes a delicious rosé wine from locally sourced ingredients.
5. Arctic Mustard
Home of Mimi Mustard Sauce, based on grandma’s recipe from the 1950s.
6. Arktis Ice Cream
Top-quality, authentic gelato made with real ingredients and traditional Italian techniques.
7. AuroraSpirit Distillery
The world’s northernmost spirit distillery infuses water from ancient arctic glaciers.
8. Bådin Brewery
Founded by six friends, this brewery puts Bodø on the map for great craft beer.
9. Dybvik Bacalao
This family business has made klippfisk (dried, salted cod) of exquisite quality for 90 years.
Producers of unique plant-based food and meat alternatives using Nordic beans and peas.
11. Gangstad Farm Cheesemaker
Delicious, award-winning cheese and ice cream from the Trøndelag region.
12. Grøndalen Farm Cheesemaker
Fresh, sour Nyr cheese is made from happy cows at this 17th century, family-run eco-farm.
13. Halvors Traditional Fish
First-class, freshly caught fish from the Northern Norway fishing fleet.
14. Hardangergutane Juice and Cider
High-quality, local apples are the key ingredient in this family-run juice and cider factory.
15. Inderøy Distillery
Home of the Golden Aquavit made entirely from Norwegian ingredients and local flora.
16. Kinn Brewery
Kinn focuses on traditional techniques with its motto ‘We do it the old way’.
17. Kyvik Herring
This family-run company has supplied herring with pride for four generations since 1866.
18. Lofoten Seaweed
Founded by two best friends committed to introducing seaweed into the Nordic diet.
19. Lofotpils Brewery
Traditional German beermaking with locally sourced malt, hops, and spices.
20. Mack Brewery
Dating to 1877, Mack is also reputed to be the northernmost brewery in the world.
21. Molta Farm
This small, family business makes jam from cloudberries, and honey from Arctic flora.
22. Mydland Butchery
This award-winning meat and sausage factory was founded by the Aune family in 1903.
23. Myken Distillery
The world’s first Arctic whisky distillery crafting gin and single-malt whisky.
24. Nord Reker Seafood
This business has been producing hand-peeled shrimps since 1972.
25. Norway King Crab
This supplier catches and delivers live king crabs to restaurants around the world.
26. Reisa Jams
Jam maker who uses local rhubarb, cloudberries, crowberries, blueberries, and cranberries.
27. Røra Bakery
Delivering freshly baked, sweet, delicate flatbread called skjenning to our ships.
28. Scalmarin Seafood
Scallops and sea urchins handpicked by divers and crabs caught by local fishermen.
29. Sigerfjord Fish
One of Norway’s largest suppliers of Arctic char whether fresh or smoked.
30. Skott Farm & Winemaker
Atle Tærum’s plum and elderflower eiswein is also stocked by Michelin-starred restaurants.
31. Tingvollost Farm & Cheesemaker
A family-run farm dating to 1303 making award-winning blue mould cheeses.
32. Trøndersopp Mushrooms
A family-run farm that grows winter oysters, king oysters, and shiitake mushrooms.