The 17-course Nordic tasting menu at Koks has put the remote, windy islands on the culinary map
In the murky depths of Tangafjøður, not far from the Faroes’ capital, Tórshavn, the lobsters are famed for their size and succulence. Along with giant, copper-coloured horse mussels and dainty ivory-tinted scallops they represent the freshest, most sought-after culinary treasures in the Faroes.
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Source: The Guardian