Fans awaiting details of chef Christian Puglisi's cryptic announcement over the weekend were put out of their suspense today, when he revealed all on his Instagram account.
The chef from Copenhagen's Relæ, has announced plans to open a spin-off casual summer restaurant in Frændekilde by Tisvildeleje for six weeks, from 1 July.
"It's been a boring spring for all of us so now we need to stretch our legs and breathe in some fresh air," his post with pictures of the new pop-up reveals.
The city centre Michelin-starred restaurant menu will naturally be tailored to fit the new fun and rural and setting. "Much will be prepared over bonfire and the vegetables from Farm of Ideas will be the basis of the menu as you know it from Relæ," the restaurant website reads.
A four-course daily menu will cost 625 kr ($94). Guests will also be able to drop in for a glass of natural wine from mid-afternoon, with a Manfred’s Tartare to enjoy the sunset. Tables can be booked online.
And for those that can't bear to leave the pop-up, it'll also be possible to stay overnight in the new glamping facilities.
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