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Fjord Norway Stavanger

FireLake restaurant

  • Olav Vs gate 3, Stavanger
  • +47 46833403
  •  /  km From You
Overview

The restaurant FireLake has opened in the renovated Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, in the centre of Stavanger. The profiled TV chef Danièl Rougè Madsen, prepares elegant and traditional cuisine made over an open fire, emphasising on ancient, Norwegian cooking methods.

The restaurant FireLake has opened in the renovated Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, in the centre of Stavanger. The profiled TV chef Danièl Rougè Madsen, prepares elegant and traditional cuisine made over an open fire, emphasising on ancient, Norwegian cooking methods. 

Challenges the food scene in Stavanger with new concept
Danièl Rougè Madsen, known from the TV programme, Helt Vilt (TV2), invites both locals and visiting guests to his kitchen.

American concept in a Norwegian context
”FireLake Grill House and Cocktail Bar” started up in Minnesota. With restaurants both in Minneapolis and Leeds, it has now come to Stavanger.
The restaurant is divided into different areas, and fits perfectly for both big and small events. With the American barbecue culture as their starting point, Madsen wants to combine this with Norwegian food methods, local and organic ingredients. - What makes us special is that we use many  preservation techniques typical to Norway, such as pickling, fermenting, curing and drying, states Madsen. ​​​​​

90 % Norwegian food
90 per cent of the ingredients are from local, Norwegian farms, however we also use exclusive products from abroad, such as the Wagyu steak from Japan. On the menu is also fresh seafood, and the fish of the day varies from halibut to different types of shark. Madsen points out that the meat should not only be of high quality, however it is just as important that the barbecues and salt mixtures give the unique amount of seasoning and smoky taste to it. 

The team of star chefs
Even though Norwegian traditions are important, Madsen has on board an international team of experienced chefs from some of the most exclusive restaurants and hotels around the world. Madsen himself has worked in several Michelin restaurants such as Waterside Inn in London and Le Moulin in France. - Knowledge acquired from all these places, I bring along when welcoming guests to FireLake. They can expect food made with love. Food made from scratch. Food with traditions. Where elements from nature come together with fire, says Madsen. 


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