Poul Andrias Ziska
Once upon a time, the Faroe Islands – an archipelago of 18 rocky volcanic islands in the North Atlantic Ocean between Iceland and Norway – were famous for two things: their remoteness and sheep. (The Faroese famously quip that there are more sheep than people living on the islands). More recently, the country has established a new attraction: Koks, a two-Michelin-starred restaurant that has put the Faroe Islands and its chef Poul Andria Ziska on the dining map. Born and raised in Tórshavn, Ziska highlights where to find comfort food, coffee and good lamb in the Faroese capital.