Røgeri Hindsholm - a 5 star food experience
Røgeri Hindsholm - Smokehouse Hindsholm - in
Måle, close to Kerteminde, is run by Per Knuppert.
The smokehouse was opened in 2013. Per decided
early on in the start up that he would only produce
and sell products of the highest quality. This now
means, Røgeri Hindsholm, beside the sale to private
consumers in his shop is also delivering products to
about 15 of the very best chefs in Danmark - some
with Michelin stars.
Røgeri Hindsholm was started on the base of Per’s
few year long philosophers study in Italy. He studied
cultural differences in Europe. The study was fi-
nished with a project on traditional Italian preparation
methods within the culinary - salting, fermenting,
smoking, maturation, and storing. When Per
finished the study in 2010, He started to develop
meat and fish products that - since the opening of
the shop in 2013 - has been used for taste samples
in the shop and restaurant.
The Philosophy behind Røgeri Hindsholm At Røgeri
Hindsholm, quality is the most important basis
for the company. Only the best products are good
enough. Price is not a challenge in development of
new products - if they are not good enough, Per will
start over until they meet his strict requirements for
his gourmet products.
The philosophy and goal is always to optain the
sublime quality, worthy of a Michelin-restaurant, it
states on Røgeri Hindsholm’s website.
In the shop today, you can find:
• Smoking with speciality in cold smoking
• Gourmet specialities - especially from Italy and
• An outdoor restaurant - spring and summer
• Speciality in finding gourmet products by request
• Balsamic- og wine vinegar production
At Røgeri Hindsholm, besides the store, a little restaurant
is present - a trattoria. The restaurant only has
five tables with chairs - all outside under parasols. It is
important, if you want to secure a table, that you book
at least one day in advance - and do not forget to take
the weather into account when booking.
In the trattoria, you can get a nice cup of mocca, something
for the sweet tooth and - if you are hungry
- a plate of food. The menu varies from day to day -
depending on the season, what you can find in the
vegetable garden, and which products are in stock.
If there is no room in the restaurant, you can get a
tapas menu to-go - then you can enjoy the tasteful
specialties in the beautiful nature surrounding
Kerteminde - or simply bring it home. A rapas
menu consist of various hams, salamis, pancholetto,
bacon, cheeses, oils, and olives - all depending on
production and stock.
Smokehouse, shop, and restaurant
Stavrevej 4, Måle, 5300 Kerteminde
45 66 11 25 03
+45 30 32 66 03
Shop: Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday to Sunday: 9.00-18.00
Trattoria: Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday to Sunday: 12.00-16.00 - lunch.
Kerteminde is Funish idyll at its finest. The city is
an old borough, which are visible - looking at the
small streets with red tile roofs and old merchant’s
houses. This creates a special atmosphere - right out
to the harbor facing the Great Belt.
In Kerteminde, the focus is for the business community
and culture to live side by side - and there is
room for everyone. You will find both big city vibes,
hills and fields, idyllic houses, marinas, and a shipyard
walking around the city.
The harbor is the most actively used for fishing on
Funen. Many of the fish distributed on the island,
comes from Kerteminde.
Around Kerteminde, e.g. by Hindsholm - all the way
up by Fyns Hoved (Funen’s head) - the animal life
and nature is amazing. The beaches by Kerteminde
are called “The Sun Coast”, having the driest climate
in the country and beautiful white sand beaches.
In the city of Kerteminde, you can visit Johannes
Larsen Museum. The museum consist of the famous
painter’s villa, studio, guesthouse, an exhibit building
with many of his works, and Svanemøllen (the
swan mill). There are lots of lovely paintings, beautiful
sculptures, a garden with rare trees, and a café in one
of the buildings. Besides this, an activity room for children,
where they can draw and paint - after having
been inspired by the many paintings in the museum.