Tønder Festival offers a wealth of fine eating and drinking venues
A coordinated effort by the Southern Jutland Development Council, South West Jutland Taste Experiences and the Tønder Fen Initiative offers Tønder Festival’s guests the opportunity to enjoy local gourmet eating. The restaurant aims to focus on local produce and the many talented local farmers and growers – this is where you can discover the taste of Southern Jutland. Our guests will find a very special atmosphere and exceptional gastronomic experiences when the kitchen, under the leadership of south Jutland star chef Thomas Rode treats the palate with delicacies conjured from local produce.
At Tønder Festival 2021, Asyl Syd is located in the Street Food zone by the Open Air stage. Stallholders tempt with delicacies inspired by Middle Eastern culinary traditions, giving guests a delicious savoury experience.
By the West Gate is a traditional Danish hot dog van.
In Grønnegade you can eat at Intelligent Food and Café Kærlig, where you can buy vegetarian, vegan & gluten-free food, fruit and vegetables.
In the Outlaw Village, hungry cowboys can fill up.
Delicious fresh-cut sandwiches. Also available: vegetarian and gluten-free sandwiches.
This is Tønder Festival’s fast food zone. Meet your friends, enjoy a standing collation.
Choice cuts from the hot barbecue. On offer are whole roast piglet, barbecued Pré salé lamb from the Wadden Sea, south Jutland sausages, gyros, sausage and chips, festival burgers and pork and crackling burger.
A tasty choice of traditional Danish cooking, from exclusively organic, Danish produce. Choose between biksemad (stovies), frikadeller (meatballs), tarteletter (chicken in pastry case) and æblekage (poor man’s trifle).
Tønder Festival’s gourmet restaurant serves quality meals from fresh produce and has a superb wine list. The daytime menu includes brunch with bubbles and a delicious lunch platter.
A relaxed, French-inspired restaurant in the middle of the festival site, offering a wide selection of fine wines and special ales. The speciality of the house: crisp, crusty Alsace delicacy tarte flambée.
This is where you’ll find southern Jutland specialities – open sandwiches, pickled eggs and rye bread cake. The menu also includes tasty sandwiches, mulligatawny soup and paella.
The waffle stand will provide you with Belgian waffles, soft ice and slush ice.
At this outlet, you can taste specialities from the little west coast island of Fanø, such as bakskuld, (dried, smoked dabs), smoked trout, pickled herring and snaps and pickled eggs. Try them with a Fanø-brewed beer and enjoy the friendly atmosphere and the Fanø music.
Between the Open Air stage and the Jam Tent you will find Verdensmad / World Food: a cosmopolitan menu of dishes and streetfood served by mobile food vendors.
At the entrance to the Campsite stands the Campsite Grocer’s shop, selling fresh bread every morning and all your grocery requirements.
Kolonihaven is close to the Open air stage. The ambience is Danish summer on the allotment.
There are beer bars located throughout the Tønder Festival site. Come and enjoy a cold Tuborg or a sweet fizzy drink.
Spirit Ginbar occupies the historic railway carriage by Tent 1. Here you can buy exciting cocktails, mixed and decorated: works of art.
Savour a glass or two from the bar’s wide selection of the world’s finest rums. Perhaps you would care to smoke a top-class hand-rolled cigar with that?
In the Outlaw Village area you will find the saloon with its prairie-sun-dried wood. Here you can enjoy a glass of beer and a whisky.
Farbar specialises in your favourite cocktails. They serve a classic Mojito, tropical Hurricane and Bloody Mary.
A visit to the Southern Comfort Bar and the neighbouring Fireball Whisky Lounge involves tasting, competitions and entertainment.
Little Dublin, Coffee Shop, Lounge, Peter Larsen Kaffe, Fanø bryghus (Fanø Brewery), Specialølsbaren (Special Beer Bar), Appelsinbar (Orange Bar), Bernadotte Ølbar (Beer Bar), Baren over Åen (Bar over the River) and Den Hemmelige Bar (The Secret Bar)