Food and drink
Decidedly old-fashioned, you won't find any gels or foams or dry ice here. Nor will you find Noma-like influences especially. This is a classic French fine-dining joint. Caviar, langoustines, turbot, pigeon - these are the no-expense-spared luxury staples on the menu.
Turbot with Jerusalem artichokes, apple, Macadamia nut and browned butter.
Wonky wooden beams, pea green decor and crisp white linen - this place wears its centuries of age well.
Classic, old school silver service.
It's out in the sticks, so you will have to plan your journey. Rail and bike/taxi is theoretically possible but it's probably easier to drive.
With a la carte dishes reguarly coming in over 300 krone, and desserts at around 150 krone, you'd have to be sorely tempted by the set menus starting at 475 krone for dinner and a decidedly affordable 320 krone for the two-course lunch menu.
- Seasoned travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Chilling out
- Nature / wildlife