Skarvesteinen Kafé

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Skarvesteinen Kafé
Husøy i Senja
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Skarvesteinen Kafé

Chef Arnt Lyngås serves up boknafesk (semi-dried cod), cod tongues, stockfish, salmon and halibut, along with tasty meat dishes. The setting on the island of Husøy, with a panorama of the open sea and the dramatic cliffs and coast of Senja, couldn't be better.




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