Bødtkerkroa

Once upon a time—as you may have guessed by the name—there was a cooper’s workshop and smithy here. Today, barrels have been replaced by tasty meals and the Barrelmaker’s Inn is our Cobalt Works restaurant, where fresh, delicious food is made in our own kitchen.

Menu
Sildetallerken m/baguette og smør 159,-
Karbonadetallerken m/ løk, blandet salat, smørstekt sopp, baguette m/hvitløkssmør 159,-
Sesongens salat m/ sommerkål, eple, purre, løpstikke, soltørkede tomater, olivenolje, sitronsaft, baguette og fransk hvitløkssmør 149,-
Værkets gryterett m/baguette og smør 159,-
Værkets rømmegrøt m/hjemmelaget saft 159,-
Grønnsakspai m/salat og baguette 159,-
Baguette m/ost, skinke og salat, eller syltetøy 49,-
Værkets lefsekling 40,-
Værkets bløtkake 59,-
Blåbærmuffin 39,-
Epleterte 45,-
Marvpostei 45,-
Sarah Bernhard 40,-

On the banks of the Simoa River, the Barrelmaker’s Inn has a very traditional menu, so you can enjoy the same authentic Norwegian lunches and dinner that we’ve offered for over 40 years.

Our signature dishes - including homemade sour cream porridge, stew and lefsekling—are enjoyed by thousands of visitors every summer. We offer both indoor and outdoor dining. Because of the lovely park setting right outside the door, many visitors have fond memories of dining al fresco here during a summer visit to the Cobalt Works Museum. We hope you will join them!

Visste du at gryteretten vår er inspirert av Ingrid Espelid Hovig og utviklet av direktør Tone Sinding Steinsvik? Tanken bak var å utvikle et måltid der man i forkant hadde gjort klar alle ingrediensene slik at man raskt kan tilby gryteretten uansett om det kom 10 eller 1000 besøkende på museet.