Summary: A journey of Faroe flavors in a cozy, rustic setting.
KOKS, nestled near Lake Leynar in the Faroe Islands, invites guests on an exceptional gastronomic adventure, featuring local dishes like wild-fermented lamb and razorbill wellington. Embracing the ancient culinary traditions of drying, fermenting, salting, and smoking, the restaurant provides an intimate dining experience in an old farmhouse setting. With a focus on sustainability, KOKS sources organic vegetables and locally caught seafood, served with traditional techniques. The ambiance is a warm blend of pine and sheepskin, creating a welcoming atmosphere for an unforgettable meal. After enjoying an aperitif in the lakeside fermenting hut, diners are whisked away to the energy-efficient former farmhouse and forge, where they can indulge in a menu that highlights the best of Faroese produce. This acclaimed venue has temporarily relocated to Greenland but is set to return to its picturesque Faroe location in 2024.