The facade of michelin restaurant Kokkeriet

Kokkeriet

The Danish Flavor in Our Kitchen
The first book from Michelin restaurant Kokkeriet brings modern interpretations of classic Danish dishes and offers striking images – testimony to a radical kitchen. But it also relates the story of a restaurant where the choice has been made to discard the familiar French menu to stake everything on a new interpretation of Danish food. The layout is quite simple and cut to the bone. In combination with the choice of high-gloss paper it really amplifies the images taken by Mikkel Adsbøl.


Details & credits

A dish by David Johansen, photographed by Mikkel Adsbøl A dish by David Johansen, photographed by Mikkel Adsbøl
The cover of the cookbook Kokkeriet - The Danish Flavor in Our Kitchen A recipe spread on Salted Herring

The intention of Kokkeriet is to offer a sensuous explosion. Each plate is an aesthetic and savory taste of what is Danish.

The cover of the cookbook Kokkeriet - The Danish Flavor in Our Kitchen
A recipe spread on Cherry Heering Starters chapter in the cookbook Kokkeriet - The Danish Flavor in Our Kitchen
Spread about the interior of Kokkeriet Close-up of the recipe Oatmeal in the Kokkeriet cookbook A recipe spread on Gammel Dansk

The flavor of Kokkeriet is Danish, but the tangible form of each dish is unconventional and prepared utilizing modern methods.

A dish by David Johansen, photographed by Mikkel Adsbøl A dish by David Johansen, photographed by Mikkel Adsbøl
A recipe spread on Boneless Birds

Details & credits

Client
Restaurant Kokkeriet

My role
Graphic design / Art Direction

Photography
Mikkel Adsbøl

Fonts in use
GT Sectra / Simple / Helvetica Neue

Awards
"Best Chef Book - Winner, Denmark"
"Best Self Published Cookbook - Winner at Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2015"

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Danish version
English version

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