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“Wassim Hallal constructs and deconstructs New Nordic Cuisine in a sweeping singular gesture marked by minimalism and joyful digressions.”
Menus 164-265 EUR s.i.
Terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
lunch and dinner from Sunday to Tuesday.
From July 14th to August 14th, from October 13th to 22th, from December 22th to January 8th.
In the heart of the royal forest of Marselisborg, the Frederikshøj restaurant occupies the former staff quarters of the neighbouring royal palace. Its large traditional windows overlook the beautiful landscaped garden. Inside, the various rooms, warm and functional, honour the legendary simplicity of Scandinavian design. In the kitchen, chef Wassim Hallal employs precision and minimalism to construct New Nordic Cuisine, which he also deconstructs with a postmodernist twist that will leave your head spinning. From crustaceans to mushrooms, cod and fish eggs, he showcases the best of the region's fresh produce, while also permitting himself to indulge in creative and playful digressions.