So, you’ve made it to our Travel section. Well done! But this is of course not really a travel blog, so do not expect a list of attractions to visit. You can find plenty of those on TripAdvisor and VisitCopenhagen.com. Having said that, I cannot resist this quote from The Independent, as I can echo what it says, but from the food perspective.
“Copenhagen is regularly voted the happiest city in the world, and has in recent years become something of a beacon for hipsters, given its eminently Instagrammable streets and the supremacy of Danish design”. – The Independent
And why not be happy? Rene Redzepi and Noma not only put Copenhagen on the tourist map again. But they also contributed to this city’s exploding food scene. Former sous chefs, apprentices and mere admirers. The new Nordic cuisine is a force to be reckoned with.
So, here’s my list of the places to try. Bear in mind, the reservations for the first two may be tricky (to say the least).
- Noma: Refshalevej 96, 1432 København K
- Geranium: Per Henrik Lings Allé 4, 8, 2100 København Ø
- Stud!o: Havnegade 44, 1058 København K
- Amass: Refshalevej 153, 1432 København K
- Bror: Skt. Peders Stræde 24A, 1453 København K
- Hija de Sanchez: 8 Slagterboderne, 1716 København V
- Restaurant Shonnemann: Hauser Plads 16, 1127 København K