The restaurant is completely influenced by its surroundings: the forests teeming with game, mushrooms, berries, and the organic farm that produces milk and meat, as well as vegetables. To serve what is grown, hunted and to harvested is the base for the restaurant. To value, and to be proud of what nature and the farm provide, and the produce of small scale artisanal producers from the area are at the core of every meal. The menu is seasonal and changes depending on availability. There will be signature dishes but certain dishes may vary from one day to the other.
Wanås’ own homemade products – cheese, cold cuts, preserves and pickled or fermented vegetables will be on the table for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert.
The spacious restaurant is set in a converted 18th century barn with an open kitchen and a large counter where guests and chefs meet in a relaxed way. Communal, small and large tables provide different opportunities to seat both small and larger parties. Guests gather around the large fireplace during chilly nights and wintertime, and in the summertime tables spill out on to the terrace and lawn overlooking the 15th century Wanås Castle and The Art Gallery that is part of the sculpture park. Guests can count on meeting artist and art lovers that come to develop projects for the art exhibitions or to see the renowned permanent collection of The Wanås Foundation in the landscape around Wanås.