At Sygard Grytting we aspire to provide a cuisine which reflects the surroundings in order to create more holistic experience. Our aim is to serve the very best in home-cooked food based on local traditions and specialities. Most of the produce used is from our own and other farms in the region, and we always start from scratch.
Our dishes are based on meats like lamb, elk and reindeer as well as fish from mountain lakes. Soups and gravy are made from real stock. We serve specially selected lamb from our own farm, accompagied by organic potatoes. The desserts are usually made from berries and fruits from our own garden. Other treats are "sø" and "kål" - traditional soup dishes. Bread, crisp bread and cakes are made on the farm, and all jams are produced here as well.
Menus will vary according to the season. In summer, overnight guests can enjoy a three-course dinner in Spisestugu (the dining hall) at 7 pm. For weddings or other large functions, we use Høgstugu (the hall). In the medieval inn, we welcome groups for a medieval-style breakfast and supper.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good1
- vincent morlandoTrip Type:CouplesDeliciousThursday, 30th July 2015I have food allergies and this was no problem. We were served lamb with fresh potatoes. The spices were perfect. The owners cook and serve you. They raise their own lamb. Fantastic! Read full review
- 495ondinegTrip Type:Friends getawayBeautiful hotel but they don't serve lunchMonday, 11th July 2016Would have loved to stay here - beautiful property. We stopped on way to Oslo for lunch but they don't serve lunch - only dinner. Next time. Read full review
- Curiosity8956Trip Type:FamilyExcellent food, hospitality, friendliness, =& charming accommodations.Wednesday, 19th June 2019styg drove us around to find family locations. My maternal family 3 generations back were tenant farmers there. Read full review
Food and drinks
- local dishes
- fully licensed
- open by arrangement
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Sygard Grytting is located 70 km north of Lillehammer and 4 km north of Hundorp in Gudbrandsdalen Signposted from the E6.