Thursday, July 25, 2013

Norwegen: das Roh und nicht das Gekocht

Munch's Hus is the self-proclaimed only Norwegian restaurant in Germany. I went for lunch with a friend and a baby that did not want to sit still and watch us eat Norwegian food. Although they offer a lunch deals (choice of meat or fish) for 6 or 7 Euros, the specials (a very basic-looking meat lasagna or fish with beets) didn't appeal on the day we were there. Instead, we shared two appetizers, the Rondane plate and the Sognefjord plate (named after a national park and the world's third largest fjord, respectively, in case you were wondering). The Rondane plate features a couple different sausages and hams made from elk and reindeer plus a few Norwegian cheeses, which are possibly the least cheese-like cheeses on the planet. The Sognefjord plate is, as you might expect, a seafood plate of various smoked and cured fish. Both were good, but in hindsight, we didn't really sample anything that required cooking. Still, the menu looks interesting (halibut in a blueberry-saffron sauce?) and I would definitely return to try something more elaborate. Munch's Hus Bülowstraße 66

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