Located in the small picturesque village of Fykse on the north side of the famous Hardangerfjord, Gamlastovo Gardsrestaurant is the poster child of deep-rooted Norwegian traditions and culture. The country’s rich heritage is vividly present in the timber cottage from 1810, with interiors made by local craftsmen. Rustic wooden furniture, traditional patterns, and folklore artefacts such as the Hardanger fiddle and old agricultural equipment adorn the walls. The restaurant, which resides in a restored farm building at Fykse farm, takes its name, which translates into ‘the old living room farm restaurant’, from the original name and function of the building.