Norse restaurants

Location: Harrogate, London


After a three-year stint as a ‘pop-up’ restaurant in a Scandi café, Norse has taken up permanent residency in Harrogate town centre. Its smoked, fermented and foraged menu is all Nordic swagger. Expect small plates such as duck ham with pickled grape and Whitby crab with elderflower, puffed rice and fragrant dill broth. Larger dishes such as hay-baked celeriac with sea vegetables and beer cream or short rib of yeast- glazed beef are best shared. Save room for sherberty tangerine root ganache with buttermilk sorbet and candied pine nuts.

This article was published on 21st June 2017 so certain details may not be up to date.

Locate a Restaurant

Advertise with us

Reach the key decision makers and opinion-formers in all matters food, wine and travel.

Find out how to get your brand in front of upscale, frequent travelling, high spending readers who love their food, wine and travel. Packages available for the UK, German, Mexican, Turkish and Arabic markets via our international editions.