Renowned chef Henrik Jyrk is moving his gaze from the city towards the provinces. Together with an old friend and colleague, he set up Restaurant Kul in Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District in 2013, and their concept of providing an excellent fine-dining experience in beautiful surroundings at affordable prices became a massive hit. Now, Jyrk looks set to emulate the success at Restaurant Naes with a regional twist in the tiny outpost of Røsnæs near Kalundborg. “I think what I like the most about coming to western Sjælland is the lovely, relaxed atmosphere,” says Jyrk. “Running a restaurant and kitchen is still hectic – that’s inevitable – but the chilled-out way of life and beautiful surroundings really balance out the busy job.”