Enjoy a God of War Ragnarök Themed Meal at Mjølner Restaurants Across Sydney and Melbourne

PlayStation Australia is celebrating the launch of God of War Ragnarök by partnering with Norse-inspired restaurant Mjølner, bringing fans an exclusive menu.  From now until the 20th of November, restaurants across both Sydney and Melbourne will allow fans to “Discover The Realms” with a unique nine-course menu , as we celebrate the release of the long awaited God of War sequel.

Patrick Lagana, Director of Marketing at PlayStation Australia commented on the announcement, stating, “God of War Ragnarök is one of the most anticipated games of the year and we wanted to offer Aussies an opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Kratos and Atreus like never before. The expertise and passion of the team at Mjølner has really shone through as they have brought each realm to life. We can’t wait for everyone to Discover The Realms as they get ready for Ragnarök.”

We’ve included each mouth-watering meal from the Melbourne menu below,  and you can book for Mjølner restaurants in Sydney here and Melbourne here.

Mists of Nilfheim $25

Plymouth Gin – gooseberry, dill & lemon infused dry vermouth

A small but deceptively dangerous realm covered in magical mists. At one time Niflheim was known as “The Realm of Fog”, a realm of endless snow, wind, ice and mist. Although the winds no longer blow, this entry into the nine realms is sure to leave you breathless.

Myths of Midgard $22

Martell VS Cognac – PX Sherry, black walnut bitters, egg whites, mead

Midgard‘s landscape is dominated by the famous ‘Lake of Nine’, a massive lake in the centre of the realm upon which Tyr’s Temple is located. The perfect place to start your journey with breath-taking scenery, so don’t be in such a hurry to make your way through it.

Light of Alfheim $11

Citrus husk cordial, lemon, soda

Inspired by one of the greatest and most sought-after landmarks found in Alfheim, the Lake of Light, this palate cleanser will immerse your senses in one of the most beautiful realms you could hope to travel to.

Gates of Valhalla $23

Olmeca Altos Plata – Campari, candied citrus & agave cordial, toasted coconut, habanero & hibiscus tincture

Asgard’s capital, Valhalla, is the great golden hall from which Odin rules the Nine Realms and a place where you can eat the finest meats, drink the most revered spirits in the land, and revel for eternity – at least until the day the final battle of Ragnarök begins.

Dwarves’ Forge $24

Martell VS Cognac – spiced port, cranberry

Svartalfheim is the ancestral homeland of the Dwarves, it is where the greatest creations in the Nine Realms are given shape and form. Known for creating Thor’s hammer Mjolnir, the Huldra brothers, Bro?k and Sindri, also created Kratos’ iconic Leviathan Axe.

Surtr’s Rage $26

Salmon Gravlax, pickled cucumber horseradish cream, oat & linseed cracker

Surtr is the original fire giant and ruler of Muspelheim, an unending burnt landscape of lava flows and volcanic ash. Surtr has not been seen or heard from in millennia; he too is presumed to be slumbering deep within Muspelheim’s fiery crust until the time of Ragnarök comes.

Freya’s Revenge $30

Roasted bone marrow, meat powder, mustard leaf

Freya is the former ruler of the most mysterious, bizarre, and unearthly of the Nine Realms, Vanaheim. One of the most highly intelligent and magical goddesses, some say she is even more powerful than Odin. Also known as the witch of the woods, Freya has sworn vengeance against Kratos for the murder of her son, Baldur.

Secrets of the Father – market price

Dry aged scotch fillet, bottarga sauce, pickled onion, charred garlic flowers

The ancestral realm of the giants, after visiting Jotunheim to scatter his mother’s ashes from the tallest mountain in the Nine Realms and discovering the secrets of his parent’s lineage, Atreus seeks knowledge to help him understand the prophecy of “Loki” and establish his role in Ragnarök.

Highway to Hel $16

Bombe Alaska – meringue, mixed berry sorbet, flamed raspberry schnapps

This meal is not to be missed. Helheim is home to icy lands where no fire can live. It features freezing winds and those who find themselves here are tormented by life’s regrets.

God of War Ragnarök is out now on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. You can check out our review here.

Matthew Arcari

Matthew Arcari is the games and technology editor at The AU Review. You can find him on Twitter at @sirchunkee, or at the Dagobah System, chilling with Luke and Yoda.