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The 10 Best Brunch Spots In Bergen, Norway

The 10 Best Brunch Spots In Bergen, Norway
As one of the most coffee drinking nations in the world, Norwegian cities have their fair share of coffee shops and bakeries of high quality. There’s also no shortage of breakfast spots either. Start your day well in preparation for a long day of sightseeing in Bergen, with our guide to the best brunch venues the city has to offer.

Bean & Breakfast is a tiny cafe serving a selection of bread, pastries, egg, bacon, waffles and oatmeal. The early opening time makes Bean & Breakfast popular among people looking for a quick bite to eat before work, and their student offers provide friendly prices for tight budgets.

Exterior Courtesy of Café Opera
Photo Courtesy Colonialen


Bastant has a menu of tasty sandwiches and soups, and serves brunch at the weekend. Hidden away in a residential area, Bastant also caters to an evening crowd with a wide selection of beer.

Stølegaten 8a, Bergen, Norway, +47 400 72 247

Bastant © Jørgen Sørheim

Godt Brød

Meaning ‘good bread’, it’s no surprise that Godt Brød prides itself on the quality of its baked goods. With a great knowledge of breads, pastries and other baked goods, the menu offers organic and locally sourced options including baguettes and sandwiches.

Vetrlidsallmenning 19, Bergen, Norway, +47 55 10 20 20

Bread © Courtesy of Godt Brød

Cafe Aura

Cafe Aura serves homemade food, cakes and brownies. This is the perfect place to shelter from the Bergen rain, meet up with friends, or enjoy a cup of coffee while people watching in one of Bergen’s beautiful historic pedestrian streets. You’ll find a vast selection of organic teas.

Marken 9, Bergen, Norway, +47 55 36 59 70

Krok og Krinkel Bokcafe

Come in at the right time and the first thing that greets you in Krok og Krinkel Bokcafe is the smell of newly baked buns, fresh out of the oven. Krok og Krinkel Bokcafe has plenty of books for you to read or buy while you’re there. Located down in a rustic basement you’ll find a menu of scones and sourdough bread slices with a wide variation of toppings, including salsas, chorizo, cheeses, and gravlax.

Books of love © Yu Pong/Flickr

Det Lille Kaffekompaniet

Det Lille Kaffekompaniet was established by students spotting a gap in the market. Among the low-rise wooden buildings characteristic of the Bergen landscape, lies this tiny shop venue. Det Lille Kaffekompaniet serves Scandinavian dishes for a light breakfast or brunch.

Det Lille Kaffekompaniet © Jon Kristian Bernhardsen/Flickr


Kaffemisjonen has gained a solid reputation as a reliable provider of good coffee. This loved spot is one of few independent coffee shops in Bergen, and there’s a newly opened branch, Blom, also worth checking out. With a selection of foccaccias, spreads, and salmon, Kaffemisjonen makes a great spot for a true Scandinavian breakfast.

Øvre Korskirkealmenningen 5, Bergen, Norway

Kaffemisjonen © Tove Lise Mossestad