21st century Scandinavian

Cobe, Patricia
June 2010
FoodService Director;6/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 6, pFSB10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on 21st century Scandinavian cuisine and reviews three restaurants that offer it. According to the author, Scandinavian cuisine has a strong focus on seafood such as cod, salmon, herring and other cold-water species. Scandinavian cuisine also features cheese varieties such as Norwegian Jarlsberg, Geitost, and Ridder. The author reviews Scandinavian cuisine offered by Restaurant Magnus, Smorgas Chef, and Aquavit, which are all located in New York City.


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