Hærværk is the punk rock hipster among restaurants in Aarhus. Think destruction, anarchy, and chaos … or just a reaction to the establishment. The wine is natural, or raw as they call it, and most of the produce are locally sourced. Expect fermented flavors in the food as well as the drinks. Enjoy kombucha and home made liqueurs.
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Hærværk is the sustainable Bib Gourmand choice. HÆRVÆRK
Address & Contact Information
Frederiks Allé 105, Aarhus, Denmark
The host – Michael Christensen.
A small bread serving to kick off the meal, along with some pet nat in the glass.
The selection of starters.
These small bites reminded me of Relæ in style.
Cauliflower and sesame seeds.
The cutlery comes in a leather satchel.
The casual dining room of Hærværk.
Some dishes were finished tableside.
A sort of fish and lettuce sandwich.
One of the wines I enjoyed with my lunch.
Pike perch, Jerusalem artichoke, and hazelnuts.
A delicious main course of pork, kale, and mustard.
Ingrid Marie apple tart served with barley ice cream.
One of the best desserts I had in Aarhus.
Tableside coffee service.
Selection of housemade “snaps.”
Michael Christensen enthusiastically talked about their housemade drinks.
Of course, I had to have a taste.
Madeleine petits fours.
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