Nobody partied like the vikings and whilst we can’t attest to experiencing that lively atmosphere firsthand, we know that the closest you’re going to get to it is in Adelaide’s premiere Scandinavian restaurant, New Nordic.
Following the success of their first Midsommar celebration, they’re introducing another nordic feast to the nostalgic and the unaware, Kräftskiva or the Crayfish feast for the monolingual.
Crayfish Feast is coming on August 23 and you’re to expect one long table covered in lots and lots of delicious food and drinks.
Some of the meals that will be featuring on the menu will include traditional Kräftor – cooked crayfish in shell where guests will have the opportunity to peel themselves and get their hands messy (bibs will be provided of-course).
There will also be traditional Musslor Saffron mussels with Cauliflower gratin, Baby potatoes, 3 Cheeses quiches, Caesar salads.
There will be more Swedish starters, treats and drinks to be enjoyed at the unique feast as well.
Never Never Distilling Co. will also be attending the event to talk about the first, unique South Australian-made Aquavit.
The crayfish feast is originally a summertime event in Nordic country and celebrates the end of the annual ban on fishing for crustaceans.
Despite the freezing temperatures in Adelaide, the rowdy atmosphere that we’ve been told to expect will surely warm patrons.
Crayfish Feast will be taking place next Friday on 23 August from 6pm til 10pm. Tickets are $80 per person.
You can find New Nordic at 98 Prospect Rd, Prospect.
Check out New Nordic’s website at http://newnordic.kitchen/