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Chambre Séparée seating: 18:00 / 18:30
Round table seating: 18:00 / 19:00
Chef's table seating: 20:00
Closed Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays.*Speilsalen is closed for summer, Sunday 29th June - Wednesday 31st July
Speilsalen (the ‘Mirror Hall’) has for generations been a room of countless conversations and fine dining. A dinner here was unlike anything else in town, encircled by beautiful mirrors and reminiscent of a palace ballroom.
Today, the space is hosted by World Champion Chef and Bocuse d`Or silver medalist 2017 Christopher Davidsen. His first signature restaurant, Speilsalen at Britannia Hotel, will mirror the spectacles of the past and entice food enthusiasts from around the world, with ground-breaking cuisine.
Christopher presents a culinary journey unlike any other, with a focus on perfecting the elements of surprise. At Speilsalen, the finest handpicked Norwegian produce is prepared with the utmost care and respect; no detail is overlooked, and taste is the foremost goal of every effort. To complement Davidsen’s creations, the four-time Norwegian wine sommelier champion Henrik Dahl Jahnsen is in charge of wine and other beverage pairings.
Guests can choose to sit in front of the action at the Chef's table (suitable for parties of 1 to 4 people), at a round table (4 to 6 people) or in one of the two elegant chambre séparée (up to 8 or 12 people respectively).
In Speilsalen you will eat exquisite food against a backdrop of ancient grandeur, with echoes of Europe's proud cultural and gastronomic history.Read articleArticle · 1.5 min read
Speilsalen Head Chef, Christopher Davidsen, talks about his path through hardships to becoming a World Champion Chef.Read articleArticle · 5 min read
Speilsalen at Britannia Hotel has for generations been a room of elegance and excellence. Its mirrors hold the shadows of a thousand stories.Read articleArticle · 1 min read
After Fridtjof Nansen’s explorations into the northern Arctic, he chose Britannia Hotel to debrief the geological societies of the world. Nansen and his crew reached 86°14’ after they purposefully froze their ship Fram in pack ice and drifted slowly towards the pole.Read articleEvent · 5 min read
“Life is full of surprises, and if you look closely, you will find inspiration and influence all around you. This is what I want our guests to feel when they visit us in Speilsalen.” Christopher Davidsen.