‘WORLD’S MOST REMOTE RESTAURANT’ COMES TO SINGAPORE
If you can’t travel to the “World’s Most Remote Restaurant”, then let it come to you. From its current home in Leynavatn in the Faroe Islands (located between Iceland and Norway), two-michelin-starred restaurant KOKS will be in Singapore for their first full-length Asian residency at Grand Hyatt Singapore from 23 January to 18 February.
For a limited period only, immerse yourself in the full KOKS dining experience led by executive chef Poul Andrias Ziska. From the rare produce flown-in specially from Faroe Islands, to music and ambience, diners can expect some of the restaurant’s signatures such as the fermented ocean perch with fermented lamb intestines and cheese, and cod filet with fermented cabbage and caviar. Prices start from $228++ for lunch and $458++ for dinner. Book your seat at chefresidence.com.