The food was absolutely fantastic. We had the 4 course Sollerod menu with matching wines (and added in a cheese course for a bit of fun before the dessert). Each dish was beautifully prepared and tasted delicious. There was a bit of playfulness with molecular gastronomy without being over the top and being the focus - the fresh ingredients still stood out. Each dish had different flavours and techniques which was a nice touch so you didn't feel you were eating the same thing over and over but with different ingredients.
What really sets Sollerod apart though is the service. Our 'waiter/sommelier' ("Henri" - although I suspect it's spelt differently in Danish!) was out of this world. If you are the chef at a great restaurant, he's the kind of person you want front of house to ensure the guests not only enjoy the food but also have a great experience. Henri was able to answer the several questions we asked about food preparation for our various dishes and he always knew the answer (in English!)! His wine pairings were lovely, too.
The ambiance is nice - absolutely professional service that still managed to be approachable and personal without being stuffy and formal. You felt like you had your own space which was nice.
It's a short (20min) drive outside the city centre with a dedicated car park out back. The building is from the 1600s so lends a nice atmosphere.
Smart casual seemed to be the dress code - some dresses/suits but several people in jeans and casual clothing, too.
Yes, it's expensive, but this is the first Michelin starred restaurant we've been to in the last 2 weeks (our 4th now) that we actually felt deserved the star.
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