越多越好 因為我要做報告 只要是關於他們飲食方面的文化就好囉 謝謝：)
- 大俠不留行Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Breakfasts are often enormous with a variety offish, meat, cheese and bread served from a cold buffet with coffee andboiled or fried eggs. Open sandwiches are topped with meat, fish,cheese and salads. Alcohol tends to be limited and expensive, althoughbeer and wine are generally served in restaurants. Bars have table andcounter service. Licensing laws are strict and alcohol is sold only bythe State through special monopoly. Licensing hours are also enforced.
• Koldtbord (cold table), with smoked salmon, fresh lobster, shrimp and hot dishes.
• Roast venison.
• Ptarmigan in cream sauce.
• Wild cranberries.
• Multer (a berry with a unique flavor).
• Lutefisk (a hot, highly flavored cod fish)
• Reindeer meat.
• Aquavit (schnapps).
Tipping:Waiters expect a tip of no more than 5 per cent of the bill; porters atairports and railway stations charge per piece of luggage. Hotelporters are tipped NOK5-10 according to the number of pieces of luggage.
Severalhotels and restaurants in Oslo stage cabaret programs and floor shows.Venues change so it is best to check in the local newspaper. Theaters,cinemas, nightclubs and discos are located in major centers. Resortshave dance music, and folk dancing is popular.