Road trip to Daniel Berlin. A wonderfully composed meal with some extraordinary dishes.
An outstanding lunch with superior flavors and excellent execution plus great wine parrings. This is a likely contender for the next 3 star in Scandinavia
Daniel Berlin, a farm to table restaurant in the Swedish country side, about 90 minutes aways from Copenhagen is worth the trip.
Chef Berlin's puristic approach highlights just a few taste on each plates but brings those flavours out in perfection.
We drove just past the border from Denmark to Sweden arriving at a cozy, 150-year old farmhouse. Daniel Berlin stood in the doorway waiting to greet us as we got out of the car.
After a few courses, Daniel presented his signature celeriac demonstration. Then we were asked to go to the entry, grab a blanket, and head outside. Small bonfires beckoned us to walk down the steps and we were handed a cup of mushroom broth and invited to snack on battered artichokes kept warm in a cast iron pan. We explored the other buildings and rooms then headed back inside. Dinner continued as a vegetable-forward meal with any meat dishes coming from Daniel’s own hunting excursions.
After what we thought was our final course, we were asked to step outside once again, this time taking the path to the greenhouse, where we enjoyed candies, coffee, tea and a nightcap by candlelight.
Great friends, a starry night, and really feeling the connection with our food. The night was magical and I was charmed.
Daniel Berlin. Excelling in all corners of what a unique, humble, fine dining experience can be. Two Michelin stars. Well-deserved.
Chef: Daniel Berlin
Dinner Menu: $218
Wine Pairing: $159
Juice Menu: $77
2018 Michelin ⭐️⭐️
2017 World’s 50 Best #93
2017 OAD Top 100+ European #13