Located in the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, a Danish archipelago, Koks Restaurant is probably the world’s most remote Michelin-starred restaurant. Bringing unique Scandinavian dishes to its guests, Koks Restaurant offers its guests a special experience with old cooking techniques such as drying, fermentation, salting and smoking.
If you want to experience Faroese gastronomy at the highest level, you should enjoy the experience of dining at KOKS restaurant which is the first Faroe restaurant to receive a Michelin star, took in 2017. Food lovers who travel to the other end of the world to taste flavours such as fermented lamb tallow that challenge even the most adventurous palate are certainly met at the highest level.
The most delicious version of local products
Using the freshest local produce of the Faroe Islands, Koks, free-grazing sheep in the foothills, the highest quality seafood from the divine water of the Atlantic, and wild birds such as fulmar are the focus of the menu. Koks uses traditional Faroese cooking method such as salting, drying and fermentation, giving its guests a true Scandinavian culinary experience.
Scandinavian flavours crowned with awards
Located in the village of Kirkjubøur near Torshavn, the restaurant was awarded as the Scandinavian restaurant of the year in 2015 and was crowned with a Michelin star in 2017 as proof of the ultimate gastronomic experience. Koks, a flavour destination crowned with many awards, offers its guests a special experience with its unique flavours such as wild fermented lamb meat, razor wellington and mahogany oysters collected from cold water served with mashed cabbage and seaweed juice.