This Faroese restaurant, KOKS, won the prestigious 2017 Nordic Prize as the best restaurant in the gastronomically avant-garde Scandinavian countries. Its young chef, Poul Andrias Ziska, serves a seasonal dish of filet of gannet, a wild sea-diving, fish-eating bird that tastes like anchovies but resembles rare beef.
KOKS became the first Faroe Islands restaurant to receive a Michelin star and now has 2 stars.
Think simple, pure, local & seasonal ingredients. KOKS has a taxi service arranged for the half hour drive between Tórshavn and the restaurant.
Frammi við Gjónna
Poul Andrias Ziska, Head chef
Karin Visth, Sommelier