Copenhagen Street Food on Papirøen

Food Trucks are a novelty in Denmark, and Copenhagen Street Food is a venue of this sort, only many of the vendors are not inside trucks, but containers. However the Food Truck feel is there, and you will find many inspired vendors, doing their best to cook something nice, different, authentic. Sometimes only one of…

Spuntino, a delicious italian restaurant at rock bottom prices

Spuntino is part of the Cofoco restaurant chain, but apart from the crammed surroundings, Spuntino does not come across as a discount place. This is real nice italian inspired food , made with well chosen ingredients and prepared expertly, with many fine tastes playing well together. At 275 kr. for 5 courses, this is a…

No 2. Gourmet food at low prices

No. 2 is called a luxury bistro by the owners, who also run the Michelin starred restaurant AOC. This cheaper sister restaurant delivers food at the same quality level,  in versions that are a little more simple and lacks some of the luxury you will find at AOC. But the prices reflects this, and if…

Not so MAD

MAD4 Symposium once again made Copenhagen the meeting place for hundreds of influential chefs from all over the world. It is truly fantastic, that Redzepi and the Noma crew have managed to build this event. However there were fewer stars than earlier, and not so many inspiring talks as seen before. Maybe a little too…

Bornholm – a gastronomic destination in the making

The island of Bornholm is attracting more and more attention for it’s gastronomy, and is at present at the highest culinary level ever. However, you should not expect to find great food in every town, as there (like in teh rest of Denmark) are many pitfalls. But if you stick to the below, you are…

A look inside the Nordic Chefs Summit 2014

The Big 5: René Redzepi, Rasmus Kofoed, Esben Holmboe Bang, Bjørn Franzen og Christian Puglisi. Got together for a summit in Oslo monday evening. It was a blast. The pictures below are out of chronological order, starting with the last shot. Embarrased to say, I do not know how to sort this out, but I…

An old fashioned inn becomes edible

  Sans Souci – french for “no worries” – opened as an inn back in 1902 and has been a classic watering hole up through history. Now it has changed owners, and been renovated in the authentic style. At Sans Souci you can enjoy a lunch of classic smørrebrød in top quality, and at night you…