Michelin star for salmon producer’s visitor’s centre

Editorial Staff

Iris, a restaurant located within salmon producer Eide Fjordbruk’s “Salmon Eye”, received a Michelin star on Monday evening.

The restaurant, headed by the Danish chef Anika Madsen, is located in a floating metal installation shaped like a salmon’s eye in the middle of the Hardangerfjord, near Rosendal in Norway.

The Salmon Eye, is a floating visitor centre built for Norwegian salmon and trout farmer Eide Fjordbruk

“This is a team effort, and I am deeply proud of what we have achieved in a short time,” said head chef Anika Madsen in a press release.

“This means a lot to a small team in Rosendal and is a great recognition of the values ​​and concept that Iris and Salmon Eye stand for,” said Sebastian Torjusen, general manager of Salmon Eye and Iris. “The most important thing is, of course, that the team delivers unique food experiences.”

Madsen also mentioned that the Michelin star provides inspiration and energy for further development, thanking the guests, the Iris team, Salmon Eye, and the Eide family for their support.


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