This is a nice, unpretentious cafe where you can eat well for cheap. IThe Kafe Magdalena is a 2 or 3 minute walk from the cool (but expensive) [poi = 307131] Bergen Fish Market [/ poi]. Here, a meal can go for about €8-10 and a coffee for €1.5 (a bargain in Norway). The cafe has long opening hours and you can see daily live concerts. Oh! And it has free wi-fi, which is always a joy when you are traveling!
I stayed at the Thon Hotel Bergen Airport on my first day in Norway, and since I went as part of an all-inclusive tour, the whole group ate dinner at their restaurant. It was our first contact with Scandinavian cuisine, so everything was new. We discovered that the servers always give you bread and butter beforehand since the service is significantly slower than in Spain, even though there are many waiters. We had no choice in the menu because we were part of a group. There was soup to start (soup is big there), which I still don't know what type. There weren't any noodles, just a few pieces of bacon floating in the yellow broth. It wasn't bad. Second, we had a hake fillet with a kind of ratatouille and a couple of small potatoes. For dessert, there was a sort of lemon mousse (we had this same dessert everywhere). Everything was good, but the rations were small, so we were hungry considering we hadn't eaten more than airline food all day.