Culinary waves for clean oceans. Our Fundraiser at the VISCVLE

You are a big fan of seafood and clean oceans and live close to Lüneburg in Northern Germany? Then we have a great event lined up for you.

Ahoy dear friends of the seven seas with delicate taste buds,

The days here in Northern Germany are starting to get shorter again and the weather is grey and gloomy. Time to brighten up the mood. We would like to invite you to dive into a ocean of aromas.

The team of the VISCVLE kitchen & bar have created a maritime 4-course dinner menu with special treats from regional coasts like wild mussels and oysters. The seafood-specialist Alex from the Matilda Restaurant Fjällbakka in Sweden will create culinary waves of cod, algae and fish roe. Even for desert we keep it oceanic: a little surprise with sea salt awaits you.

The price for this exquisite fundraiser-dinner is 79,90 €. A bit on the salty side? Well, this yummy event reaches way more than just your taste buds: almost half of the fundraiser ticket will be funding our upcoming ocean plastic recycling projects next year. If you decide to join us for this event, then we will tell you live and with many colorful pictures what this will entail in detail.

Are you up to give your taste palate a treat and simultaneously help to reduce plastic waste in our oceans? Make sure to buy your fundraiser ticket at the VISCVLE, call them at 04131 / 2840395 or send an e-mail to

When? Sunday, October 24th 2021 at 5:30pm

Where? VISCVLE Kitchen & Bar in Lüneburg, Germany





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