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Cibo e ristoranti a Trysil Municipality

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Ristorante
“Comprising a collection of atmospheric log cabins on a mid-mountain plateau between the Turistsenter and Høgegga bases, Knettsetra has an idyllic setting amidst the normally snow-laden pines. One small hut serves only waffles, while across the terrace the main restaurant knocks out cheerful but not particularly cheap favourites like elkburgers, club sandwiches and meatballs, with a very tasty side of slaw. You queue up to order and pay for your food. When it's ready it is brought to you at the table, so it's a good idea to find your spot first as it can get very busy, especially if you want to eat inside. There's a wonderful sun terrace for later in the season but from Christmas up to half term you will probably want to eat inside. Loos are in a separate cabin, so zip up for the walk, but they are pretty good for a mountain restaurant – no French-style mountain long drops here. Next door is the Stallen Pub, the best bet for an on-mountain après-ski bar (see separate review). On Thursday and Friday evenings, the restaurant opens for special fondue nights (reservations essential): on Thursdays they run a snowcat transfer for NOR 100 per person, and on Fridays you can ski there as there is night skiing then. Address: Mid-mountain between the Turistsenter and Høgegga bases, at the top of T8 lift Contact: 00 47 62 45 15 50; knettsetra.no Price: lunch around NOK 200; lunch of the day around NOK 100; Fondue evening NOK 325 (not including drinks) Opening times: Daily, 11am-4pm. Also Thu, Fri evenings Reservations: not necessary Payment type: credit cards accepted”
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Pub
“On the first floor of the corner building nearest the slopes of the small parade of shops at Trysil Turistsenter, with floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the view, Ski Bistro’n is a great little find. The lunch buffet is great value and you can serve yourself (and eat as much as you want), so it's perfect for hungry kids. There is always a good salad selection, soup of the day and a few hot daily specials to choose from such as pasta bakes and lasagnes. They also offer à la carte options at lunchtime (burgers, club sandwiches, Caesar salads, pizzas), and at dinner they do good spare ribs, steaks, fish and pasta dishes. If you're hungry, try the mixed grill for two, but be warned the portions are enormous! Address: Torghuset, Torggata 6, Trysil Turistsenter 2420 Contact: 00 47 62 45 38 80 Price: lunch buffet NOR 129 per person, family (two adults and two children) NOR 320; pizzas around NOR 135; dinner around NOR 350 Opening times: Daily, 11am-10pm Reservations: recommended Payment type: credit cards accepted”
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Pub
“Hands down, this is the most atmospheric mountain restaurant in Trysil. We love the low-slung wooden beams and old ski signs in the main building. You can eat inside, on the sun terrace or in the giant lavvo tent (the local Sami name for tepee). They serve moose shot in the local woods by the owner, and other specialities include local cured meats and fish served on a wooden plank, and Suppegjok – goulash soup presented in a half-loaf bowl of bread. They brew their own pilsner and blond beer, both of which passed the taste test with flying colours. The restaurant also lays on après-ski entertainment with live music on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Non-skiers can also take a free ski bus or taxi from the Turistsenter, so it's a good place to meet if you have a mixed group of skiers and non-skiers. Address: On the mountain, at the base of S1 ski lift Contact: 00 47 62 45 26 62 Price: lunch around NOR 250 Opening times: Sun-Wed, 10am-4.30pm; Thu-Sat, 10am-6pm Reservations: recommended Payment type: credit cards accepted”
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Ristorante
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Steakhouse
“As the name suggests, this is a speciality steak joint, and they take their meat pretty seriously. Big Horn Steak House is actually a well-known and well-respected Norwegian chain, with over 30 restaurants across the country, and the Trysil outpost has an enviable slope-side location just up the mountain from the Turistsenter and the Radisson Blu Resort. Inside it is nicely lit, with comfy leather chairs and burgundy walls. For purists there is a choice of ribeye, sirloin or tenderloin in four different weights, served with a creamy béarnaise sauce, and your choice of potatoes, either gratin, fries or boiled. When I ate here, the ribeye was perfectly cooked and a quality cut of meat; the spare ribs were also excellent, and the surf and turf with grilled tiger shrimps looked like it would feed a small army. As with all things in Trysil, the restaurant is excellent for children: the crayons and drawing sets come out immediately and there is a special kids menu with choices like Buffalo Bill steaks, Billy the Kid Texas burgers, Davy Crockett hotdogs and chicken Indiana Jones, all served with half a corn on the cob and potatoes, plus a free ice cream. They also offer a more restricted burger-based menu for lunch. Address: Trysil Turistsenter, 2420 Trysil Contact: 00 47 62 45 23 55 Price: dinner around NOK 400; kids' menu NOK 65-95 Opening times: Daily, 11am-3pm, 6pm-11pm Reservations: recommended Payment type: credit cards accepted”
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Caffetterie

Caffè
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Hotel
“Kveik is a new restaurant & brewpub at Trysil Hotel in the village center. The food is based on the Nordic cooking traditions using local and regional products in combination with craft beer.”
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Panetteria
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