Bringing culture and heritage to the table

Down to earth, up in the woods. The philosophy of our restaurants is straightforward: nature, tradition, and craftsmanship. The food of Wood Hotel Bodø favors local suppliers, looking to the flavours of old. It is an homage to well-kept family recipes, drawing inspiration from old cooking methods, but infused with an innovative take on the comfy bistro tradition. Quality and flavours – it’s as simple as that.

Come join us in Café Turisthytta on the first floor or in Restaurant ATTME on the seventh floor. A heartwarming breakfast is always included when you're staying with us—served on the seventh floor.


Restaurant ATTME

Come join us in Restaurant ATTME located on the 7th floor, where the menu is a fusion of timeless traditions and contemporary artistry. Here, we pay tribute to old Norwegian flavors. We are  on a mission of re-descovering the culinary culture of our forebears, celebrating the spirit of the North.


Café Turisthytta

Inspired by the iconic Turisthyttta that once stood here, Café Turisthytta welcomes you to a space that instantly feels like coming home. Whether you've just returned from a harsh hike on the mountain, are gathering with colleagues for a celebratory lunch, or are treating the grandkids to a special adventure, Café Turisthytta awaits you with all the necessities. 

Wood Hotel Bodø

Heartwarming Breakfast

Welcome up to the best start of the day possible. On the menu: our popular breakfast, served with love and care and inspired by classic dishes we ourselves love, blending flavors with views. Enjoy it in our top floor restaurant, surrounded by the untamed nature.

Breakfast is always included when you're staying with us!

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NORD Matstudio

Our restaurants are imagined by award-winning chef Christian André Pettersen and his team at Nord Matstudio. With nature as their inspiration, they have crafted a culinary concept that mirrors our surroundings. Join us on a delicious journey through the untamed beauty of northern Norway.