The nomination of candidates for Restaurant of the Year in the Region from each participating country will take place on the recommendation of regional countries juries. The setting and licensing process is conducted in the period from March to December and the final price Fest / gala is in the spring.
On this occasion the licensing of “Restaurant of the Year in the Nordic region in 2018″ with the honorary title “The Nordic Prize”, chosen by a panel of judges who participated in the nomination throw the days of the nominated restaurants. The judges deliver votes on email that “This year the restaurant” can be found.
In recognition and respect of the Nordic gastronomy and Nordic cultural values selected connoisseurs of gastronomy in the Nordic countries have teamed up to elect ”Restaurant of the year in the North”, an initiative that will bring further focus on the Nordic markers.
Bent Christensen is the secretary of The Nordic Prize and questions or comments can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
There has been a rapid increase in interest in the Nordic cuisine in recent years. The Nordic area now boasts some of the best restaurants in the world, with Noma (in Copenhagen, Denmark) very much at the forefront of this gastronomical revolution. With an ever growing number of restaurants appearing in the Michelin Guide, Northern Europe’s fine dining is certainly booming. 66 Best Restaurants
Nordic Countries, is a definitive guide to the dining scene in the Nordic area, presented in a handy application which is available to download on the App Store. The app contains a detailed list of the 66 best restaurants in the north of Europe, and has been compiled by 30 independent experts, led by world renown food critic Bent Christensen. The guide covers many of Northern Europe’s largest cities, including Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm – but of course only the best restaurants from each are featured.