Enjoy a taste of Ærø

As food and wine are a huge part of our lives, we are bringing pieces of our experiences and favorite things about cooking and hosting into the heart of Arnfeldt restaurant.
Starting with our chef residency program, we are inviting chefs from all over the world to stay with us for up to a month. They will be there creating new menus with 100% local in-season produce from Ærø.

To go with these fantastic dishes there will be our new wine cellar, which will be available for wine tastings and pairings. Everything will be handpicked from our own Ariel Calabrese alongside our sommelier from England, currently living and working with wine in Paris, Lucy Rosedale.

We can’t wait to welcome you to our newly renovated restaurant and private dining rooms. We want you to feel relaxed and comfortable, to have the table for the evening enjoying all the dishes, wine, and the good mood of the people you’re surrounded with. 

Here you can read all about our chefs before they are arriving and the beautiful dishes they are bringing with them for you to enjoy.



The 6 courses sharing menu (for 2 people) is priced at 350 kr. per. person. 

The menu varies from day to day depending on the local produce the chefs are able to get. 

Stay posted on the menu on our Facebook or Instagram


Opening hours

Thursday – Sunday from 18 to 22. 

Reserve Your table under “Tables” at the top of the website. 

Guest Chefs


16/02  – 05/03 ROBERTO PRADO

We’re proud to introduce our first guest chef Roberto Prado (also known as Rob).
Rob was born in the u.s and grew up between there and Brazil. He moved to Paris to start his culinary career and passed through Au Passage and Clown Bar along the way. The inspiration for his cooking comes from trying to replicate the feeling of great memories shared around the tables he sat at as a young boy.
Rob is cooking at Arnfeldt for 3 weeks so book a table now to get a chance to taste his delicious food.


Born and raised in Brittany, Noé Viviès moved to Amsterdam to train as a chef for 4 years in various restaurants in the city. 

His curiosity took him to Asia, where he worked at restaurant Amber in Hong Kong. Back in Paris, he worked with the collective WE ARE ONA and then as sous chef at Magma

Noé’s cooking is based on memories. Coming from Brittany, and having lived in coastal cities such as Lorient, Amsterdam, Brest, and Hong Kong, it is no surprise that his favorite ingredients are fish and seaweeds. 

Noé enjoys cooking rustic French dishes with an innovative twist, often added with the use of sauces.

Using seasonal & local ingredients, he will be cooking a 5 courses menu with French influences



Lucy started working in hospitality at a craft beer bar in Manchester UK. 

Once she moved to Paris in 2019, she began working at restaurant Au Passage which is where her interest in wine transformed into something more substantial. During her two years working there, Lucy trained as a sommelier.

After her time spent at Au Passage, she joined the culinary collective We Are ONA as sommelier for their pop up restaurant in Turkey. After 5 months, she moved back to Paris to manage the wine programme at ONA whilst managing all of their pop up restaurants around Europe. 

Lucy works with natural wine as, for her, the focus in both food and wine should always be on the produce; to capitalise on nature and it’s flavours. 

During her time at Arnfeldt, you can expect an integration of many French natural wines and the introduction of a wine pairing to accompany Noé’s menu !