Translated from old Nordic, the name means love, and this 12-seat degustation restaurant is clearly a labour of love for owners Freja – who oversees the warm timber-lined dining room – and chef Nathan, who is responsible for creative, hyper-seasonal 15-course menus. You might be lucky enough to experience the Wagyu with smoked garlic, black garlic and sweet onion broth, or crocodile tail with native curry, but whatever’s on the menu it’s sure to be a unique blend of local produce cleverly intertwined with Scando style. Seriously, the minimalist menus here read like ingredients lists – or surrealist poems.
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