The world’s most remote two-Michelin-starred restaurant is Koks Restaurant on the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, a Danish archipelago. Koks Restaurant, which serves Scandinavian dishes, offers unique tastes to its customers among waterfalls and mountains and amazes with its breathtaking view.

However, it is not easy to reach Koks, which uses old cooking techniques such as drying, fermentation, salting, and smoking with its extraordinary cuisine. Because to go to the restaurant, guests must be taken from the main road by off-road vehicle.



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