Mjølner is offering a God of War Ragnarök menu to celebrate the game’s launch

To celebrate God of War Ragnarök‘s launch, the Norse-inspired restaurant Mjølner will offer a special menu dubbed ‘Discover The Realms.’ Mjølner and PlayStation Australia have partnered together to bring this special culinary experience to fans in both Melbourne and Sydney.

Patrick Lagana, Director of Marketing at PlayStation Australia said, “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.”

Discover The Realms will be a special nine-course menu including exclusive dishes and cocktails that take fans through the nine realms in God of War Ragnarök.

God of War Ragnarök & Mjølner

PlayStation Australia has said that “Each of the limited edition creations have been imagined to embody the essence of each realm and give customers an idea of what they will face as they approach Ragnarök. Through Discover The Realms, visitors to Mjølner will be able to sample a selection of nine dishes and drinks, including the ‘Light of Alfheim’, a palate-cleansing mocktail that will immerse guests’ senses in one of the most beautiful realms imaginable. From the highest peak in Jotunheim, the land of the giants, comes the main course, Secrets Of The Father, a mouthwatering Dry Aged Scotch Fillet with Bottarga sauce.”

Bookings for the special God of War Ragnarök menus at both the Sydney & Melbourne Mjølner locations are available today, 9 November 2022, through 20 November 2022. To book your Sydney experience click here, and Melbourne click here

Below you can view the menus for both Melbourne and Sydney and while the dishes are identical, it looks like Melbourne diners will be having to fork out a little extra for some of the dishes.

Melbourne Menu

Sydney Menu

God of War Ragnarök is the sequel to 2018’s God of War reboot and continues to story of Kratos and his son as they voyage through the Norse realms. In our review of God of War Ragnarök, Adam wrote”

This is a sequel that certainly starts out safe and familiar, but across a very, very generous runtime it steadily ramps up into clever ideas and an adventure that exceeds expectations.

Smash open every jar in your vicinity and gather some Hacksilver together. God of War Ragnarok is an essential purchase.

God of War Ragnarök launches on Wednesday, 9 November 2022.

Leo Stevenson
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