Takes responsibility for the future
Located a few hundred meters from the shores of Denmark’s Ise Fjord is the Anneberg Kulturpark, a cultural and gastronomic center that attracts visitors from all over the country. One of its most noteworthy destinations is the restaurant MOTA, where Claus Henriksen offers a low-key, fine-tuned, personal gastronomy and dining area. The Nordic decor harmonizes well with what is presented in the glass and on the plate. Caviar, foie gras, and truffles don’t interest them. Here, they’re passionate about vegetables, fish, shellfish, and wild game from the area. A restaurant of the times that is, perhaps — a timeless restaurant.
• Sorts all the different materials for recycling
• Sources all vegetables from within 30 km
• Focus much on education and dialogue
• Takes responsibility for interns and the future of the industry
• Uses electric-powered company cars