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Koks’ cuisine in the Faroes
A strong contender for any compilation of ‘unusual places to dine around the world’ has to be the newly-opened ‘Koks’, in the grass-roofed Hotel Føroyar in Torshavn, quirky capital of the Faroe Islands.
Opened by Faroese chef, Leif Sorenson, who trained at Michelin-starred restaurants in Denmark, the contemporary and stylish dining room, with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding archipelago, offers a menu based on traditional and organic Faroese produce and herbs.
Try seaweed soup; fish chins with anchovy mayonnaise; a combination of plaice, oyster and sea purslane or throat sweetbread with mushroom, amongst other delectable dishes, washed down with a tangy rhubarb cider.
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