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Copenhagen’s New (and Affordable) Michelin Restaurants

Copenhagen’s New (and Affordable) Michelin Restaurants March 21, 2012 | Five Star, Food | Read More
The days when dining at Copenhagen’s best restaurants was reserved for the elite appear to be numbered. Exclusivity and expense are out, as 2012 sets a much-welcomed trend towards more affordable gourmet cuisine and refined but informal eateries offering set menus at down-to-earth prices. Copenhagen’s...

Where to Take Out-of-Town Dinner Guests in Copenhagen

Where to Take Out-of-Town Dinner Guests in Copenhagen October 17, 2011 | Food | Read More
Copenhagen’s reputation as a culinary destination has traveled across the globe, so treating out-of-town guests to eating out ought to be one of the highlights of their trip. An ill-informed decision, however, may make for disappointment and anticlimax. With good service, availability and location...

Copenhagen Cooking…. A Festival You Can Taste

Copenhagen Cooking…. A Festival You Can Taste June 13, 2011 | Events, Food | Read More
Some festivals offer music to your ears, while others feast the eyes with images. Copenhagen, however, pays tribute to its current recipe for success: Its cuisine. Copenhagen Cooking is a food festival celebrating the Scandinavian kitchen, and will be making mouths water for the seventh time this summer...

What Do Danes Really Eat For Dinner?

What Do Danes Really Eat For Dinner? February 15, 2011 | Food | Read More
With Copenhagen not only the setting for the world’s best restaurant but also home to Rasmus Kofoed, who recently won the title of world’s best chef at the Bocuse d’Or awards, you could well imagine that the average Copenhagener’s culinary prowess (not to mention gastronomic standards) were far...

Creating the Perfect Danish Open Sandwich

Creating the Perfect Danish Open Sandwich August 23, 2010 | Food | Read More
An interview with Oscar Davidsen of Ida Davidsen Smørrebrød Restaurant. ‘It all begins with a slice of good rye bread, and some spread. It doesn’t matter if the bread is spread with butter, margarine or pig fat, that’s up to the eater – what matters is what happens next. And that is entirely...
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