Snaps & Rye: a Danish eatery five years in the making

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Snaps & Rye: a Danish eatery five years in the making
13th November 2014

For five years, married couple and North Kensington locals Kell and Jacqueline Skött dreamed of opening their very own Danish eatery.

Their dreams came true as they opened the doors to Snaps & Rye for the first time last week. 

Situated on Goldborne Road, the restaurant offers traditional Smørrebrød, a homemade, organic, in-house baked rye bread with toppings such as house-cured herring and ‘Rullepølse’. 

The Skött's recommend washing it down with house-infused Akvavit snaps.

The couple took inspiration from their visits to Denmark, which is reflected in the Nordic-style pine flooring and 1950's Louis Poulsen lamps. 

There's even a 'How to be Danish' book on display for all to read. 

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