Funky asian fusion at Chai Wong

Copenhagens restaurant Kiin Kiin is the only thai restaurant awarded with a Michelin star. The pople behind Kiin Kiin also runs the much cheaper and simpler The Rice Market, which is a notch up from the standard chinese restaurant-type place. They also run the chinese inspired restaurant Dim Sum in Copenhagen, and the very fine…

Outside danish gastronomy: Barcelona

I really wanted to visit El Celer Can Roca, when visiting Barcelona a few weeks ago. Especially since I had to cast my votes for the Pellegrino Worlds 50 Best Restaurants. Unfortunately there was no table, and I ended up at a more modest – but still recommendable – place: Enoteca Vinya Roel. It is…

Delicious at Hans Christian Andersens neighbour

In the town of Odense – on Fyn island, 1,5 hours from Copenhagen – our famous poet HC Andersen was born. Across the street is an old restaurant, that used to be the best in town but lost it’s status during the 1980-90’es. Since 2005 it has been under the ownership of chef Brian Madsen,…

New old school french in Copenhagen

Chef Rasmus Oubæk has opened a new restaurant with focus on the classic french cuisine. After a few years helping to establish the gourmet steak house MASH, he has now returned to his roots, which are 100 pct. french. Through the years he has struggled, establishing one gourmet restaurant in his home region Sønderjylland, which…