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£43 - £75
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Reviewed 8 August 2020

Guests actually eat in the charming house of the owners, surrounded by all manner of fascinating art and artefacts with a view of the lush garden through the mullioned windows and eating off a delightful mix-and-match hotch-potch of crockery - everything from Danish floral to...Moroccan geometric. The dining experience is a sophisticated buffet. First guests are served three starters - their own Lolland take on tapas - in this case variations on white fish, all prepared in excitingly different ways. Each table is then invited into the kitchen separately, where the hostess introduces you to an array of salads made with local organic fruit and vegetables (forexample, beetroot with rhubarb - a first for me!) and a tantalising selection of freshly roasted meats and sauces. Everything was delicious. The wine list is extensive - we opted for a German white and a German red. We adjourned to the garden to enjoy our rhubarb trifle dessert at a wooden table in the garden on a balmy summer's night. Such a memorable occasion. I have one single 'criticism'. How I wish one was given 2 plates - one for salads and one for meats. Their close proximity on the same plate does nothing to enhance the excellence of each of them.More

Date of visit: August 2020
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Reviewed 24 April 2019

Not what I was expecting atmosphere wise from a "campground"- glad that we hadn't worn jeans and that the kids had sweaters/button downs! Heard the food was delicious, but so much more interesting that I expected. We got the buffet, which was 3 different appetizers...that were served to you, then a buffet of various salads and meats. I normally am not a buffet fan, but the way this was done with going back to the kitchen area and having the dishes explained and served, it really was more a true family style then buffet. The kitchen is a moderate sized kitchen that in this case really is "the heart of the home" since you walk through to get to the back dining room. The cooks have sauces bubbling on the stove and will pull meats from the warming ovens to carve. On the night we visited there was a choice of pork, lamb and beef, which were all delicious, but the salads were really my favorites- beets, Jerusalem artichokes, various greens, broccoli, smoked potatoes. The variety was astounding- even "just a taste" filled you up since there were so many! The buffet is either with or without dessert (also served to you at the table), and we were able to rally and split on dessert among 4 people. Glad that we did- it was described as a dense apple cake, and it was stuffed with fruits and nuts, but the cake that held it all together was so light that it seemed impossible that it was able to hold its shape. Wine suggestions were on point, and although an expensive night out, it was a bargain for what was offered. Sorry that the Victrola did not get fired up that night (heard that sometimes the music comes out and dancing starts) but I just keep my fingers crossed that maybe next time ......More

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed 1 September 2017 via mobile

Absolutely fantastic food, waiting and surroundings.. There was a choice between small lopas (lolland tapas) with buffet or a 5-6 course menu. We had the 5 course menu filled with local surprises ans taste explosions. I recommend the restaturant reviewers to test this great place...worth while a trip!More

Date of visit: September 2017
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Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

We had high expectations having read the great reviews. Our expectations were exceeded. We went on a Thursday where they "only" serve a fish buffet. Everything tasted very well indeed. Only problem was that we ate too fast. The couple who run the place and...the staff are very friendly and you feel right at home. Highly recommendable. Well worth a detour which is required anyway for most visitors.More

Date of visit: July 2017
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Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

A must visit!!! A truly lovely place - the delicate food, the fine wines, the lovely hosts and their supporting hands, their spirit, the ambiance they create..... A memorable moment. Big and memorable things happen - even far off the beaten track.

Date of visit: July 2016
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Reviewed 29 May 2016

Very good food, very good service, very good atmosphere. I really felt like home, with people who know how to run a restaurant. Yes, next time I will have the chance, I will definitely go again. Fully recommended.

Date of visit: July 2015
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Reviewed 20 September 2015

In the outskirts of Denmark. In what is normally perceived as a part of "The Rotten Banana", you find the coziest most welcoming personal zero mile restaurant, hosted by folks with eyes in front of yours, with feet in the kitchen, and a personality that...is just it. It is hard to reserve, as seats are few and guests plentiful. However, persistent as you must be to go to the westernmost of Lolland. you will find it, it there, and stay around for a few days. Lolland is best of, if you like the to see sky touch sea. If you like local food, fabulous sweet local grown wines, visit at small islands (also local!!), 15 meters high hills raising to the skies, B&B's (try Sejerlund!), gorgeous gardens.... Go there. Stay there a while. Peace and beauty falls on you.More

Date of visit: September 2015
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Reviewed 4 September 2015

A big surprise was waiting for us on the tip of the island of Lolland! A small homy place with a fixed menu based on local produce and made in a quality that is comparable to a Michelin star restaurant! Local tapas and a selection...of local meat was carved in the open kitchen and fresh salads and herbs was served by the charming owners... Well worth the drive from Copenhagen and you can stay at a charming bed and breakfast nearbyMore

Date of visit: September 2015
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Reviewed 28 July 2015

Located in one of the most remote areas of the country and by a 1star camp site, this restaurant doesn't appear to be anything special. But don't be fooled, the restaurant doesn't need to be in a crowded city or massive marketing campaigns to attract...customers and especially not a foodie like me! I had this restaurant recommended through word of mouth and we drove almost two hours to get there and it was worth every minute extra in the car. The place is small, beautiful and surrounded by forest. It's private and it's like entering someones home when you arrive. The two owners know exactly what they want and what they serve. The freshest of fish and meat and home grown or excellent imported vegetables. They buy their own livestock and make sure everything is done properly before the meat is prepared. Fish is fresh from the sea Everything is fresh. A unique experience with excellent food, high level service, great wine experience. Worth the drive, worth the visit and I myself will definitely be back.More

Date of visit: July 2015
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Reviewed 24 July 2015

This place gave me probably the best restaurant experience in my life, though it may not even be correct to call it a restaurant. It is more like visiting, someone you'd really like to be friends with in their private home. We even had to...walk thru the kitchen to get to our table. The Whole place and the decor, tells the story of these two people, and their life. A warm welcome, and immediately a plate with whole unadulterated vegetables (peas in the pod, cherry tomatoes and so on, for our two girls, exactly what kids like and just a luxury version of what they get every afternoon in kindergarten.. The cuisine is very personal, and very delicious. Lots of interesting little starters, lots of vegetable preparations. locally sourced.. The best fish and accompanying sauce (the place started as an anglers hangout). Tecnically i have had more advanced food in traditional restaurants, but never more authentic food, A very real experience, and after letting the patron choose the wines by the glass for us, It was sooo perfect to just stagger to the little cabin behind the restaurant that we had rented for the night. All restaurants should have cabins out back, so you can enjoy the wines without thinking about driving home. or to bother with spending time in a taxi or other transportation. The restaurant is literally in the middle of nowhere, but it is well worth a trip. But don' t expect molecular cuisine or a smart sommelier. This is the real thing.More

Date of visit: July 2015
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Reviewed 12 July 2014

Had a fantastic evening in a little gem, where the owners are pouring their love and attention into creating fantastic food. And the wine cellar seemed well stocked as well. Was the first, but definitely not the last visit.

Date of visit: July 2014
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Reviewed 28 July 2013

This place is like visiting those interesting and warm people you always wish you knew. The food is full of taste and made by seasonal local products. It's run by Carl and Hanne Madsen. Hanne runs the kitchen and Carl nurses and entertains the guests...with great stories. Such as the stories behind the Sikker Hansen's drawings in one of the dining rooms. This is by far our favorite place to visit on LollandMore

Date of visit: July 2013
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