Falsled Kro

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Millinge, Denmark

Falsled Kro Millinge Reviews

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Amazing food at an old inn Sep 16, 2014
Falsled Kro was original a traditional Danish kro which is sort of the Danish version of an inn. But today there isn’t much of the traditional food to be served at the end - it is purely a gourmet restaurant which is famous having served some of the best food found outside Copenhagen area for more than forty years ever since Michel Michaud and Jean-Louis Lieffroy redefined what can be served on the Danish country side.

Falsled Kro is located in a small village at the sea on the south western part of the Danish island of Fyn. The area around the restaurant is quite beautiful but the main reason anybody stays at this hotel is the famous restaurant which has hardly any local costumers since the small village and minor nearby town can’t fill the place - instead it attracts a lot of guest from Copenhagen about 3 hours drive away or from culinary travelers from all over Europe.

The inn is located in an old traditional Danish house with thatch roof and four wings which together make a square and in the middle of the square is a traditional small cobbled stoned courtyard. The history of the place stretches back to the 17th century but back then it was catering to the local travelers and people who wanted a drink of traditional Danish spirit which the inn had a license to produce back then.

For dinner you have to decide between three different types of menus which is either the 4 courses, 6 courses or the full menu which includes coffee and cake when you arrive - followed by snacks and champagne in front of the fireplace before the eight course dinner starts. We went for the full deal to see the best of what the place had to offer.

After the snacks we move from the couches to the restaurant which is facing out towards a big garden stretching all the way down to the waters. So during the beginning of the dinner we can watch the sea in the distance. The dining room is pretty big and since not many people seems to make it to Falsled from Copenhagen on a Tuesday night the restaurant is pretty empty.

The food is very high quality and a mix between traditional French gourmet foods with a Danish twist. The local element is quite significant since most of the vegetables during the season come from the big kitchen garden which is located on the other side of the street from the main building. So the green we are eating during the night is very fresh just collected earlier in the day.

The local ingredients doesn’t mean the restaurant will exclude the best international ingredients you can buy for your food like it is the case on certain of the most famous Danish restaurants like Noma. Here they are not afraid to use plenty of caviar and truffle in the food to make sure it is a unique dining experience.

The food is excellent all the way through and the service is good and attentive as well. So it is a very enjoyable dinner all the way through until we can finish it off with a petit fours and coffee as a great end to a very substantial meal.

The only real downside to the restaurant is you need to arrive with a heavy wallet if you want to be able to leave with a full stomach.
The fireplace
The afternoon cake
The courtyard at the inn
The Restaurant from the outside
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Falsled Kro Restaurant Sep 16, 2014
We have their special dinner with eight courses menu as part of our overnight stay in the hotel.

The restaurant is very famous for it is high quality food which serves Danish and French dishes with a focus on local seasonal ingredients.

The restaurant house inside the old building dates back to the 16th-century and it was build from traditional house in Denmark with lots of hard wood and a special thatch roof, which hard to find if you live in the city area.

We set the time for our dinner and when we arrive in the restaurant, there were plenty of people having pre drink before dinner and also snacks. It appears some guests stay in the hotel itself and some guests just come to the restaurant from other hotel nearby.

We were seated at the lobby with a big fire place and after mentions our reservation, we were served with the champagne straight away and the snacks follow after.

The food was beautifully presented and delicious. The restaurant staff very tentative and polite and since my Danish language is still very limited, they switch and speak English to me. After the snacks, we were seated inside the restaurant with the best table in the house and we have view of the greenery in the garden. From our table, we could see our cute little bungalow across from the restaurant.

The candle light on the table gives a romantic feeling and plenty of space in between the table so we were not interrupted with the next table conversation. The restaurant atmosphere were very high class where people really dress up like going to a party but it also feel very homey and subtle. Yes, I also dress up this time with my new sleek black little dress

All of the food served comes with explanation of what kind of meat, vegetables and sauce it was made and all of it was tasty and delicious and surprisingly the food quantity was more than substantial compare with other fine dining in Copenhagen similar like this establishment which only serve very tiny amount of food.

I was very happy with the food and I get really full by the time my fifth course comes. The service in this place is immaculate and I highly recommend this restaurant if you want to have a really good food.

One interesting point I find in a fine dining restaurants across Denmark, all of the fine dining do not serve juice which taste like juice. All of the restaurants has juice which was modify and make it very up market but did not taste like juice.
snacks before dinner - quils eggs,…
champagne and juices before meal
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inside the restaurant
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