Restaurant Gastronomisk Institut
Silkeborg Museum is housed in the oldest building in Silkeborg (dating back to 1767). Speaking of old, inside the museum you can check...
The Hjejlen , the world’s oldest operating paddle steamer, has been faithfully plying the waters of the Lake District since it was first...
Situated 2km south of the town centre is Aqua , an entertaining aquarium and exhibition centre built into several outdoor lakes. It...
Lonely Planet review
The grand name (Gastronomy Institute) creates high expectations, but this place lives up to them – and the prices are excellent for the quality on offer, especially the two-course lunch (105kr) and four-course dinner (305kr). The changing menu features creative dishes made from fine local produce; evening bookings are recommended.