This is a fine dining experience that requires dedication. Koks, the Faroe Islands’ first Michelin-starred restaurant, is well off the beaten path, and sits in a remote location of the tiny North Atlantic archipelago, midway between Iceland and Norway.
“Restaurant Koks is located in a valley, far from the main road. it’s very harsh and wild nature around us,” said chef Poul Andrias Ziska.
The local climate is also famously windy, and parts of the restaurant have been literally blown into the sea before. Read more
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