Feast your palate on some amazing foodie dishes at Dewakan. Dewakan is a portmanteau of the Malay words ‘dewa’, to mean god, and ‘makan’,meaning ‘to eat’. What to expect at Dewakan you may ask? Well at Dewakan they celebrate their farmers, fishers and artisans. In other words, combination of indigenous ingredients goes into the yummy dishes.
Their menu is simply amazing and we reckon all you food lovers to check out their upcoming collaboration with chef and co-owner of Restaurant 108 in Copenhagen, Kristin Baumann for two nights in November. Kristian, like Dewakan, shares the same emphasis on, and appreciation of ingredients and produce, as well as line with Dewakan’s philosophies about hard work and hospitality.
This gorgeous looking chef is a Korean-born Dane, the head chef and co-owner of Restaurant 108 in Copenhagen’s Christianshavn district. Kristian spent his early career at restaurant noma, later helping to set up restaurant Relæ, before becoming head chef of restaurant 1.th.
In July 2016 he opened Restaurant 108 with noma’s René Redzepi. The restaurant was awarded 1 Michelin star in February 2017.
Cured mackerel washed in celery vinegar with last year’s gooseberries and spruce wood oil. From the menu at Restaurant 108.
Raspberries filled with caramel made from rose hip, served with rose hip granita and oat raspberry cracker. From the menu at Restaurant 108.
Braised lamb shoulder glazed in its juices, and fermented honey with grilled onions, elderberry capers and greens from Krogerup. From the menu at Restaurant 108.
Details is as follows
10 & 11
7:30PM to 9:30PM
Tables for 4 to 6 pax, with limited tables for 2 pax
We will not be able to carer to dietary restrictions