Regions and cities explored: Stockholm, Faviken, The Faroe Islands, Copenhagen.
Length: 6 days
Date: May 1st – 7th, 2019
Availability: Limited to 12 guests (Sold Out)
❀ A whirlwind visit to 5 of the most sought-after restaurants in Europe.
❀ Experience Noma‘s second Seafood Menu.
❀ Scratch a bucket list item at Faviken in Sweden’s heartland.
❀ Spend 2 breathtaking days in The Faroe Islands and dine at Michelin starred Koks restaurant.
❀ Be one of the first to experience the wonders of the new Alchemist.
❀ Bask in a perfect dining experience at 3 Michelin stars Frantzen.
Our itinerary day by day
A PERFECT STORM!
A visit to 3 Michelin stars Frantzen is like stepping for a few hours to a perfect world.
Everything from the entrance hall, the elevator to the lounge, the dining counter in front of the open kitchen, the service, the ingredients, the most delicious menu, the impeccable wine pairing to it and to the smoker’s balcony is perfect.
Bjorn Frantzen’s vision of perfect hospitality is executed to the smallest detail by his dedicated team.
The first time I went to Faviken it took me 5 flight and 3 hours in a car to get there. And it was amazing! I sat on the sole seat inside Magnus Nilsson’s kitchen and was mesmerized by the magic happening in front of my eyes.
The second time I went to Faviken, it took us only 2 flights (from Copenhagen) and about an hour drive, and it was even more fun. Because I was with another 12 Hungry Tourists who appreciated the road to Faviken as much as the appreciated the 18 hours we spent in Magnus Nilsson’s paradise in this remote part of Sweden’s heartland.
A visit to Faviken is an absolute must-do at least once in a lifetime for every foodie.
How many people get to do something that was never done before?
Well, Chef Rasmus Munk, the Alchemist, is one of these rare people.
In a couple of months, he will open the new Alchemist. The most anticipated restaurant opening since Noma 2.0 opened at the beginning of 2018.
Only that the Alchemist is no restaurant in any shape or form we know.
I suggest reading what my friend, Kat Odell, wrote for Blumberg last month:
All I can say after visiting the site with Rasmus last week is that once the Alchemist will be open, it will be the most difficult place to get in. For years to come.
Rasmus will host us for a special dinner, whether the Alchemist is officially open or not.
A NEVER ENDING FOUNTAIN OF CREATIVITY!
This was how I felt about Noma after I completed their 3 seasonal menus this year.
Rene Redzepi and his 100 strong army of young, creative and highly motivated chefs, are constantly operating at the frontier of gastronomy.
It takes some effort to get used to the idea (or even grasp it) that no one can ever again have the perfect menu they just had in Noma.
This thought can be painful when I remember some of the extraordinary dishes I’ve had this year, but apparently not to Redzepi and his team, they are always looking forward. To the next challenge.
I thought that it would be a good idea to let Judith Olney, who became a very dear friend of mine last year in the Faroes, to write in her own words about the experience:
“Months later I’m still pondering the extraordinary Faroe Islands. Everything a questing, curious culinary tourist could desire. The haunting landscape, the atmospheric sea, wind, and permeating salt.
The most curious foods sprung from both long history and the immediacy of the turning seasonal year. Why, how did these unique taste profiles occur – the inner anthropologist wants to know, to taste, to understand.
The Hungry Tourist has enlisted the most knowledgeable guide on the island and the food and tastes you will remember….unforgettable. “
The Hungry Tourist’s sanctuary in Copenhagen.
Fairy tale is ever present in Nimb’s 38 uniquely decorated rooms and suites. An exclusive boutique hotel like no other in the world and yet homely, intimate and magnificent all at the same time, where you will dream of staying at the end of your day.
All of our bedrooms and suites, boast the most beautiful and unique views of Tivoli Gardens.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Check in to Bank Hotel, Stockholm
Dinner at Frantzen
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Breakfast at the Hotel
12:25 Flight to Are Ostersund (SAS SK072)
Drive to Faviken and check-in
Dinner at Faviken
Friday, May 3, 2019
Early breakfast at Faviken
Drive to Trondheim, Norway
10:25 Flight to Copenhagen (SAS SK2889)
Check-in to Nimb Hotel
Dinner at the Alchemist
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Breakfast at Nimb
Dinner at Noma
Sunday, May 5, 2019
Breakfast at Nimb
12:25 Flight to The Faroe Island (Atlantic Airways Flight 453)
Activities and lunch on the Islands
Dinner at Koks
Monday, May 6, 2019
Breakfast at the hotel
Boat ride and lunch
Seafood dinner at Tarv Grill
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Breakfast at the hotel
08:20 Flight back to Copenhagen (Atlantic Airways Flight 450)
Price includes all food, beverages, taxes, service charges, domestic transportation, airfare between Copenhagen and Stockholm, and 6 nights of accommodation.
Price does not include airfare to Stockholm or fromCopenhagen, and any travel or medical insurance.
A Note on Set Menus
The menus offered during the tour are selected by The Hungry Tourist with the help of our local partners. We believe they represent the best culinary fare our destinations have to offer. Guests may order outside of these menus at their own expense.
The full amount is expected at registration.
Cancellation Policy and Penalties
If cancellation is received up to 30 days before the first day of the tour, there will be a penalty of USD 1000.
If cancellation is received up to 10 days before the first day of the tour, a penalty fee of 50% of the remaining balance will be charged. If cancellation notice is received within 10 days of the first day of the tour or the guest is a no-show, the entirety of the remaining balance will be charged.