1. Poached Egg
with Parsley · Sourdough Crouton · Herbs
This dish features a perfectly poached egg, with a velvety yolk that oozes out when cut into. The egg sits atop a bed of fresh parsley, which adds a bright and herbaceous note to the dish. You can add Rossini Caviar, as shown in the photos. It only makes it more delicious!
To provide a satisfying crunch, the dish also features sourdough croutons, which have been toasted until they’re golden brown and crispy. The croutons provide a nice contrast to the softness of the egg and the herbs.
To tie everything together, the dish has been seasoned with a variety of herbs, which add depth and complexity to the dish.
2. Danish Squid
with Cucumber · Horseradish · Gooseberry
This dish is a refreshing and zesty combination of Danish squid, cucumber, horseradish, and gooseberry. The squid is cooked to perfection, tender and juicy, with a slightly sweet and briny flavor that pairs perfectly with the cool crunch of the cucumber. The horseradish adds a subtle kick of heat and a sharp, earthy flavor that cuts through the sweetness of the other ingredients, while the gooseberries provide a tart, fruity note that balances the dish.
with Palm Cabbage · Browned Butter · Dill · Mussels Sauce
To bring everything together, the dish is served with a flavorful mussels sauce, which provides a briny, oceanic flavor that perfectly complements the sweetness of the monkfish. The sauce has been made by simmering fresh mussels with white wine, garlic, and other aromatic ingredients, creating a rich and flavorful base for the dish.
4. Free Range Chicken
with Green Beans · Sabayonne · Shichimi
To add a touch of heat and complexity, the dish is dusted with shichimi, a Japanese spice blend that typically includes ingredients such as chili pepper, sesame seeds, and nori. The shichimi adds a pop of color and flavor to the dish, and helps to balance out the richness of the sabayonne.
5. Short Ribs
with Charsiu · Pak Choi · Spinach · Five Spice
We love getting inspiration from far away places. That’s why it’s great that we have a good capacity in the kitchen with an Asian background, who can look at everything from a slightly different angle. And that’s how we came up with this delicious, wildly flavoursome dish.
The dish features tender, succulent short ribs that have been slow-cooked until they’re fall-off-the-bone tender. The ribs have been glazed with a rich and savory charsui sauce, which adds depth and complexity to the dish.
To balance out the richness of the short ribs, the dish is accompanied by fresh pak choi and spinach, both of which provide a crisp, refreshing counterpoint. The greens have been lightly sautéed, allowing them to retain their vibrant color and fresh flavor.
To tie everything together, the dish has been seasoned with five spice, a classic Chinese spice blend that adds warmth and complexity to any dish. The result is a dish that is at once comforting and invigorating, with layers of flavor that unfold with every bite.
6. Jerusalem Artichoke Ice Cream
with Hazelnuts · Apple
To add a fresh and tangy note, the dish is finished with pieces of an apple. The apple provide a refreshing contrast to the richness of the ice cream and the hazelnuts.