Inspired by Scandinavia, the seafood restaurant Salt Recipes in Hong Kong is fully furnished by Normann Copenhagen to match their cuisine with a Scandinavian minimalistic interior.
The restaurant Salt Recipes got its name because of the Scandinavian tradition to use salt as the main spice in most of the dishes. Almost everything in the restaurant has a Scandinavian touch – especially the furniture and interior decoration.
Several Normann Copenhagen products can be found in the restaurant, which contributes to giving Salt Recipes an atmosphere of contemporary Scandinavian design. Form Chairs, Form Armchairs and Ikono lamps give the restaurant a Nordic minimalist and stylish flavor.
Details such as the Agnes vase, the Nyhavn vase, the Shorebird and the Play coat rack decorate the walls and bar area. The black Block tables are an aesthetic and practical way to store additional cutlery or when clearing the tables.
Scandinavians embrace the immense ocean with emphasis on simplicity and nature. It has inspired SALT RECIPES to provide the natural basics to interpret the truth of a quality lifestyle. SALT RECIPES selects the most pure sea salt, along with the simple and serene atmosphere and performs skillfully the ancient seafood recipes in modern ways.
SALT RECIPES positions itself as fish and seafood dominated restaurant to trace back the historical fishing society culture. The chef uses the best ingredients with fresh seafood and develops recipes from Scandinavian to new concepts that match the appetite of most of the local people.
Recommended dishes are Norwegian-Baked Fish Pie, Pan-fried Red Mullet with Creamy Mashed Potato, Swedish Clams Fish Stew Soup Spaghetti.
Salty Scandinavian Inspiration in Hong Kong, source: Normann Copenhagen