The kitchen of Æblegaarden B&B
At Æblegaarden B&B we serve Breakfast in our big cozy kitchen. And we always serve homemade bread and fresh fruit.
Breakfast is included in the price for accommodation.
In the small kitchenette in the hall between our two rooms, you can make tea and coffee (complimentary) and buy some snacks and drinks. But please be aware that cooking your own meals is not possible.
In some instances it is possible to have dinner at Æblegaarden, where hosts and guests eat together.
This is the case for retreat- and other out-of-season stays. I June, July and August this offer still applys to hiking and cykling guests, and people who arrive with public transport. However, guests arriving by car during the summer months are referred to the island’s restaurants – we are of course happy to help with recommendations.
If you want a lunch pack for the following day we offer you a a really nice sandwich, some fruit and a little sweet to bring on your adventures.
The way we think about food reflects the principles in the New Nordic Cuisine (see below) which also fueled famous Danish gourmet restaurants as Noma and Geranium. However our focus is more on the daily bread than “fine cuisine” and our menus are frequently spiced with the mystery of the East, Mediterranean sun and the everyday joy of a carrot. We emphasize on good – organic – products and bake our own daily bread.
If you have special wishes or needs we are happy to oblige – but please let us know well in advance, so that we may be able to offer you a good service.
The price for a two course dinner is kr. 275,- per person.
Children under the age of 10 years kr. 95,- per person.
Lunch pack kr. 75,- per person
Dinner and lunch packs should ideally be ordered at least three days in advance – but please ask even if there is shorter time: We are often flexible, for instance if other guests have already ordered in advance.
New Nordic Cuisine
• More fullgrain – Especially barley, oat and rye
• More fruit and vegetables every day
• Much more cabbage, roots, berries, legumes and herbs
• Meat of higher quality but less of it
• More food from the wilderness – berries and herbs
• More food from lakes and sea
• Choose ecological every time you can
• More meals closer to nature foods that are less processed
• Throw out less