The Faroe Islands may not be on most people's radar, but they should be for myriad reasons, including that they're noted for their pristine air, land and waters. And in this treasured, far-flung archipelago, I made a surprising discovery: a Michelin-starred restaurant in a wild landscape serving an 18-course menu with mostly foraged ingredients. This is the article I recently wrote for Forbes.
Sunday, October 21, 2018
Michelin-Starred Dining in the Faroe Islands
Posted by J The Travel Authority at 11:23 AM
Labels: Europe, Faroe Islands, international travel, locavore, Michelin-star, restaurant, travel
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