Delicacies from the sea - all on one table!

Trondheim March 2. – 4. 2023

The Norway Seafood Festival will be arranged in Trondheim for the first time from 2. to 4. March 2023. Get ready to explore and celebrate the amazing seafood from Trøndelag and Norway.

There will be many activities and events for visitors of all ages. Check out what’s happening in Ravnkloa, at Clarion Hotel Trondheim Brattøra, Olavshallen and at Trondheim Science Center, to name a few. Free entry for all.

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Fagn
To Rom og Kjøkken
PUB OG KJØKKEN
Living Room
Gubalari
The Crab
Kalas & Canasta
Troll
Krambua
Visit Bjørn
Trondheim By Boat
Klempe og Dons
Olavstorget
Døgnvill Burger
Geitmyra Credo
Dolmøy house of seafood
Byscenen
Alma's
North of wine
Hogna brygg
Vitensenteret
Bryggeriet Frøya
Klostergarden Tautra
Britannia Brasserie
Britannia Palmehaven
Jonathan Grill
Britannia
Gulating
Bakgaarden
Sostrenekarlsen
Ladejarlen
Domstein
Lerøy
Trøndelag Sankeri
Garnviks Røkeri
Digs
Havet
Hitramat
Seashell
Froyasalmon
Nordic group
Smia
Seesalmon
SalMar

Seafood festival coming to Trondheim!

The Norway Seafood Festival will be held in Trondheim for the first time from 2 to 4 March 2023. Here you will be able to feast on wonderful delicacies from the sea.

Norway and Trøndelag have the world’s best seafood, and during the festival week it will be given center stage. Come eat, experience, explore and learn.

At the Seafood Festival, there will be seafood in all places. The city will be buzzing with activities and the menus will be full of the best the sea has to offer – even in the middle of the seafood season.

Because it is at this time of year, when the sea is really cold, the seafood is at its very best. The skrei (Atlangtic cod) spawn along the Norwegian coast, the fish are firm and tasty and the shellfish are in full vigour. At the same time, the sun has begun to shine over our city, and there are brighter times ahead. The timing couldn’t be more perfect for a seafood festival!

Come and let yourself be seduced by delicious dishes that delight the senses. Here, the raw materials will get the attention they deserve, and there will be room for both new and traditional seafood.

The seafood festival is also where you can challenge yourself and taste delicacies you never imagined you would eat. Maybe this will be the week you eat sea urchin for the first time? We will do our best to make it taste so good that it will be an experience you won’t soon forget.

The food served will be prepared by young culinary talents as well as established star chefs. As Norway’s food capital, Trondheim is full of talented chefs and fantastic eateries. In combination with the world’s best raw materials from the sea, we will also attract visits from celebrity chefs and foodies.

Ravnkloa and Clarion Hotell at Brattøra will be the center for many activities. A seafood market will be set up with both familiar and new products. Here you can choose from fantastic ingredients. Local seafood producers will naturally be in focus, and there will be tempting tastings.

The seafood festival will also be an arena for learning. Knowledgeable chefs will inspire and show you what you need in order to prepare new and exciting seafood at home. Fast, good and affordable.

Here you will also be able to attend cooking shows, lectures, research, and participate in activities and experience the good festival atmosphere. There will also be concerts and other cultural events that you can experience while enjoying delicious seafood.

During this long weekend at the beginning of March, the city’s eateries will offer seafood experiences aplenty – whether you visit a food truck or a five-star restaurant.

The beverages served with the food will also get the attention they deserve, and we can promise a lot that deserves a toast.

Come eat, experience, explore and learn!

Together we will celebrate seafood!

PS! We should eat more seafood, not just because it’s good, but because it’s good for your health, the environment and it is sustainable. With more and more people on earth and climate challenges, the sea and the ocean are a very important part of the solution in the green shift. We are proud that Norwegian seafood is an important part of this.


Partners

SMN
Trondheimsregionen
European region of gastronomy
Fosenregionen
NTNU Food Forum
Clarion Hotel
Norfishing
Trondheim Havn
Smaker fra Øyriket
Sjømat Norge
Visit Trondheim
Adressa
NIT
ISS
Godfisk
Hallspesialisten
Norges Sjømatråd