Akershus Dining Question
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We have made dinner reservation for Restaurant Akershus, as my DW wanted a Princess dining experience and did not want to eat in the castle. When we booked it, we thought it was a buffett. Is it a buffett or family style? I also just read her the menu again, and she wasnt to happy with the deli meats. What do these consist of? Thank you for your help
I am not sure how the dinner works at Akershus (though I would like to, seeing as I just got reservations for my August trip) Breakfast here was buffet style, but the menu for dinner looks family-style. They actually offered portions of "The Taste of Norway" for the Princess Character Breakfast I had a few years back. The deli meats are nothing like pre-packaged meats. They are very fresh and thinnly sliced. If I remember, ham and hard salami were in there somewhere along with a fantastically delicious, thinly sliced salmon with capers. Everythng was amazing though, which is why I decided to try dinner this time around. If you still aren't sure about the deli meats, it looks like the salad, cheeses and seafood will be plenty to start with
It's a combination. There are some elements you can go and load up on yourself, like the cheeses (love Norwegian cheese ) and I think cold meats, although not being a meat eater, I don't take as much notice of that as I should. Then you can order main courses off the menu, which are then prepared for you.
The dinner menu includes a "cold buffet" that has cheeses and salads. You can eat as much of that as you like. You choose your entree from a regular menu and it is served to you a in any other restaurant.