Helgeland has something for every taste, not least when it comes to dining. Our region’s culinary traditions are exciting and varied, and reflect the landscape and culture. You can enjoy world-class seafood, hearty farm fare, and the traditional food of the indigenous Sámi people. And you can eat a great meal around the fire in a lavvo, or savour an innovative 16-course tasting menu in a restaurant – with many dining choices in between.
Dining along the Helgeland coast, in Sandnessjøen and in Brønnøysund
Dining along E6, the towns of Mo i Rana, Mosjøen and along Villmarksveien
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KRED Pub & Café in Brønnøysund
This is the most popular venue for local musicians as well as established artists. The pub has a big-city feel to it, and when you’re hungry, the chef offers tasty dishes. KRED is also popular as a stand-up stage, the place to watch the football game, and for its Quiz Evenings.
Myken Seng & Suppe (Myken Bed & Soup)
Myken is a small fishing community far from the mainland. The islands of this archipelago have no car traffic – in fact the main island has less than one kilometre of road. Myken invites you to experience its island scenery, the ever-changing sea, and the midnight sun.
Heidis Sjokoladedrøm – Divine handmade chocolate
Heidi always dreamed of becoming a chocolatier – and when you come to Dønna, you can taste the delectable results! Her handmade chocolate is imbued with the raw natural power of Helgeland and the exciting story of her dream come true. Heidi’s shop, situated right on the queue, may be one of the smallest chocolate shops in the world.
Augustbryggo – Accommodation and dining in Herøy
Thousands of islands, smooth white rockfaces that slope into the sea – the magnificent scenery leaves a lasting impression on travellers who visit the island of Seløy, an island in Herøy municipality. The holiday facility of Augustbryggo welcomes you warmly, whether you arrive by boat, kayak, car or bike. Here you will find good lodgings and dining.
Laksforsen – Generations of tratidional food
Laksforsen is situated in Grane by highway E6, with a breathtaking panoramic view of a beautiful waterfall.
At Vefsna Lodge you will find Emmas Kammers (Emma’s Chamber), a restaurant that offers delicious homemade meals for groups of 6–30 people.
Tipperary actually consists of three different establishments in a restaurant house that stands on a pleasant pedestrian street in the heart of Mosjøen.
Storli Camping and Aernie – Accommodation and a sámi experience
Aernie offers a culinary and cultural experience that highlights the Sámi heritage. Accommodation options include spending the night in a luxurious traditional tent (goahti), or staying in a cabin, caravan, camper or a conventional tent. Aerni and Storli Camping are situated by highway E6, a 20-minute drive north of the town of Mo i Rana.
Forvik Old Trading Post
The old trading post at Forvik in Vevelstad, which dates back to 1792, is beautifully situated on the sea along route Fv17. Accommodation in charming surroundings is offered in the oldest building, Grålåna. There is a restaurant in Naustloftet, and a coffee roastery in the old general store. People often gather in Brygga, the wharf building, to enjoy the long bright summer evenings.
Bolga Brygge – Sleep to the soothing sound of waves
Bolga Brygge offers comfortable accommodation and good dining. Guest can enjoy fishing, kayaking the sheltered waters nearby, and hiking up a mountain that offers an amazing panorama of a large section of Helgeland.