Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe’s Norwegian Club

Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe has a bit of a cult following, especially when it comes to their pastries, such as School Bread. A few months back, we sampled one of their savory options, the Vegetable Souffle, and is was very good.


I stopped in again recently in need of a substantial meal, and after contemplating their Roast Beef Sandwich, I settled on the Norwegian Club. The sandwich features Ham, Turkey, Bacon, Jarlsberg and Muenster Cheeses with fresh Tomatoes, Sliced Red Onion, and Lingonberry Mayonnaise on toasted Multigrain Bread.


The perfectly toasted sandwich had plenty of melted cheese within. All of the ingredients were warmed through. I appreciated that the bacon was a heartier slice than what you find on, for example, the burgers in the park. The bread also held up well to the moisture from the cheese.


The Lingonberry Mayonnaise added a subtle sweetness that complimented all the saltier ingredients.



In all, this was one of those sandwiches that really hit the spot. It was simple but well executed, and one I will definitely order again.

Here’s a look at an older menu so you can see which other sandwiches are available. Prices have gone up around 50 cents on the sandwiches, but you can see what they entail.


Have you tried any of the sandwiches from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe?


5 responses to “Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe’s Norwegian Club

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  2. I always liked the school bread!

  3. I’ve tried the Open Faced Salmon Sandwich and loved it! Now I do want to try the Norwegian Club too!

  4. This looks really good but I’m not a fan of red onions. Is this already pre-made making it difficult to accomodate special requests? Or do you think I could ask for no onions and still get the sandwich?

  5. I didn’t find the red onions too strong, but I understand if you don’t like them, they can stand out. These sandwiches appeared to be pre-made and chilled, then heated in a small oven. It wouldn’t hurt to ask if it can be made fresh without the red onions, or see if they can at least remove them before heating it.