Noma

Three hours of a very fulfilling lunch at Noma, Copenhagen.

The gimmick started right in front of the front entrance. There lies a small patch of green moss, where we could see one of the chef selecting moss for today’s plating.

Because we were a big party, we could not sit in the main dining room. To accommodate us, we were given the staff’s dining room.

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Big Asian family (plus one Swedish)

(Some of) the food.

Backstage.

Yep, they have a foosball table in the staff room.

Was the food good? Yes, it was. Was it worth it? I’m not entirely sure. Their menu is seasonal, and this season served no meat, at all. Would I fork out hundreds of dollars for a vegetarian meal? Most definitely not. Nevertheless it was a fun experience. One restaurant to tick off my list! 🙂

Faviken

World’s most remote restaurant. Currently number 41 on the San Pellegrino list. Getting to Öre was not an easy feat, but it was extremely worth it. I personally think Faviken deserves to be somewhere in the top 10. The overall experience was just so wonderful that my husband and I often still talk about it. The food. The service. The pairing. The view. There’s just too many things I love about the place!

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Like this rustic farm table

And their unbelievable venue!

Love love love! Would I return? YES!