In between exhibits at KODE in Bergen, Norway, I hit my 2:00 pm coffee mark. The good thing about art museums is you almost always can count on some kind of a café.
This is the coffee bar within the Bergen Kunsthall, a contemporary art centre which holds numerous events and exhibitions throughout the year and is nestled in between the buildings of KODE.
Another good thing about art museums is that every little detail all the way to the café is a work of art, following a natural trend of Gesamptkunstwerk. So upon entry, my eyes were at ease at the wonderful aesthetics: wood paneling, a slight 60's element, plants grooving up top, and a film being projected on a blank wall.
The coffee was good and the cookie was massive (which means it was also good). Lots of seating. Relaxed music. Free water. What more could you ask for?