Characterised by fermented dishes, the food of the Faroe Islands is certainly an acquired taste. In this story for The Telegraph I reviewed the country’s first ever Michelin starred restaurant, Koks.
Wild, wet and windy for almost 365 days a year, the Faroe Islands are a playground for adventure seekers and inquisitive foodies, whatever the weather or season. The short summer, however, is the best time to catch a glimpse of the millions of migrating seabirds that nest all over this isolated archipelago, and with just a few hours of darkness each day, due to the Faroes’ northerly latitude, hikes can continue long into the night.
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June 13, 2017