Right now, it is the time of year where leaves are changing or more likely already have changed color and pumpkin spice lattes are starting to replace pumpkin pie.

Soon all the leaves will fall to the ground one by one, and the nights are getting colder, the birds have migrated south, and it seems like we could hit minus degrees during the night down here in Skåne anytime soon.

The length of the day decreases and the length of the night increases as autumn progresses and we are going to turn back the clock.

It is sad that summer is over, but that does not mean that autumn does not deserve the same affection, after all, it is the time of harvest.

All this means it is time for some seasonal menu changes.
Now instead of burgers with summery flavors like blueberry and avocado on our menu, it’s time for the goodies of the season.
For example root fruits like potatoes, carrots and parsnips, sweet potatoes, peppers, orange and of course kale.

Did you know that Kale is a good source of vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6 and many other wholesome vitamins and minerals?


Blueface is a burger with fried mushrooms, asparagus boiled in broth and sun-dried tomatoes.

Its served with a Tahini Mayo with lemon, parsley, nutritional yeast and crumbled tofu to make it crunchier.

Burger Bowl

Our first Burger Bowl.

Its served with lemon juice marinated kale as the ground and we build up with oven baked root fruits, sweet potato fries, asparagus and marinated and cornflour breaded Portabellos. Served with Tahini-orange sauce.

N. Korean Style Street Corn Dogg

Already a classic!

Corn flour battered, panko-breaded, deep-fried, and coated in sugar.
Served with Fries, Ketchup & American Mustard.

The Korean Hot Dog, or the Corn Dog, is a popular street food from Korea, and surprises everyone with its sweet and salty combination, after being coated in batter and deep fried and lightly coated in sugar.

Popular variations  include the mozzarella dog, which is simply cheese within it, or ones coated in potatoes (or french fries) or even ramen noodles.


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