Bo Bech is a trailblazer of the Copenhagen food scene, offering his own take on new Nordic cuisine. He first made his name in Denmark’s food-obsessed capital at the legendary restaurant Paustian, where he won a Michelin star.
This book is a tribute that traces Bo Bech's earlier years as an enfant terrible. It reads as part cookbook, part memoir and includes personal anecdotes, essays from employees, guests, friends and colleagues.
THE AVOCADO DISH
One of the meticulously documented dishes in this book is an iconic avocado preparation that astoundingly gets 78 pages devoted to its legendary creation.
"Paustian was the most interesting place in Europe to eat. It just was. Without a doubt." - René Redzepi, Noma
Hardcover. In English.