Griffenfelds offers stunning views of Horsens Fjord and the lush green fairways at Stensballegaard Golf restaurant. Great taste and the love for food is in focus when the restaurant serves dishes for lunch and dinner and a shareable menu for the weekends
Griffenfelds is the restaurant at the beautiful Stensballegaard Golfklub. Griffenfelds provides the basis for an exquisite taste experience with a wonderful view of Horsens Fjord, the green and the nearby forests. The deliciously varied lunch menu offers steak, salads and fish. The chef also makes mouth-watering traditional Danish open sandwiches.
The dinner menu is simple and seasonal - filled with Griffenfelds favourite dishes such as traditional Danish dishes, salads, burgers, fish and steak.
Every Friday and Saturday you can get a unique dining experience when Griffenfelds serves 9 shareable dishes made with lots of love and taste. The sommelier will carefully choose 4-5 wines, beers or homebrew from the cellar that accompanies the food well. The restaurant calls this “sharing weekend” – a Danish take on social dining at a favourable price.
The restaurant is located in the club house of Stensballegård Golfklub which is one of the best and most beautiful golf courses in Denmark. After spending a couple of hours on the golf course, paying a visit to the restaurant makes good sense. However, you are naturally also welcome when you just feel like a delicious dinner or when taking a walk in the woods near Stensballe. The restaurant is quite near the popular beach of Husodde Strand and the hiking trail Banestien Horsens-Odder. From here, a beautiful grassy trail takes you up to the golf club.
Griffenfelds has room for more than 100 guests and is therefore an obvious choice for larger parties. The restaurant also delivers for events under the name Kokken ud af Huset.
The owner of Griffenfelds also manages the gourmet restaurant Ji-Mi’s at the centre of Horsens. Learn more about Ji-Mi’s by following this link.
The restaurant located in Stensballe in the northeastern part of Horsens was named after one of the most powerful and influential men in Denmark during the 17th century, Peder Griffenfeld who used to live at Stensballegaard Manor. Griffenfeld was chancellor in the years 1674-1676. In 1699 he was buried in Vær Church where his coffin is still at display.