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Kookfees van Kopenhagen maak 'n opvallende Nordiese kombuis

Kookfees van Kopenhagen maak 'n opvallende Nordiese kombuis

Die agtste jaarlikse Kookfees in Kopenhagen kom terug op 2 Augustus. Die fees van 10 dae spog met meer as 125 gastronomiese ervarings, waaronder oestervaarte, sjokolademiddagetes, Michelin-kookkuns teen bekostigbare pryse, guerrillas onder die water en aandete in die stadsaal van Kopenhagen.

Die Copenhagen Cooking Festival open amptelik 24 Augustus by die Black Diamond, waar NoemRené Redzepi ontvang 'n toekenning van lord -burgemeester Frank Jensen ter erkenning van sy buitengewone kulinêre bydrae tot die stad Kopenhagen. Gastronomiese geleentheidsbestuurders lei gesprekke oor kulinêre geleenthede en bied voorbeelde van lekkernye Kødbyens Fiskebar, 'n visstaaf in die vleisverpakkingsdistrik.

Die hoogtepunte van die fees sluit in Nordic Taste, 'n groot geleentheid vir voedselmonsters met Nordiese restaurante en voedselprodusente, asook 'n koekfees op 25 en 26 Augustus in Carlsberg, en 'n straatgeleentheid in Jægersborggade, waar die restaurante en winkels van die straat-insluitend die Michelin- restaurant met 'n ster Relæ, Manfreds & Vin, GRØD, Karamelleriet en Griseriet - op 29 Aug.

Feesgangers kan ook leer oor stedelike tuine, die nuutste verwikkelinge in Nordiese grondstowwe en hoe om die beste Indiese kerriegereg ter wêreld as deel van die fees te maak.

Een van die gewildste geleenthede van Copenhagen Cooking is Taste of Copenhagen, waar die restaurante van Kopenhagen 'n spyskaart teen afslagpryse aanbied. Die restaurante wat met 'n Michelin-ster deelneem, is Noma, AOC, Kiin Kiin, Kokkeriet en Søllerød Kro. Kaartjies vir hierdie etes word op 8 Augustus verkoop.

Tydens die laaste naweek van Copenhagen Cooking op 1 en 2 September kan besoekers ook kos proe van regoor die wêreld, wanneer Rantzausgade in 'n reuse -straatkombuis omskep word. Op die laaste dag kan gaste ook smørrebrød, toebroodjies met oop gesig maak by die smørrebrød-werkswinkel by die Black Diamond met die hulp van 'n paar van die land se beste sjefs, waaronder Thomas Herman, Mette Martinussen, Jakob Mielcke, Claus Henriksen en Adam Aamann, wat hul eie smørrebrød -interpretasies vir die geleentheid geskep het.


Wil u die beste kos in Kopenhagen probeer? Neem 'n Foodie -toer!

Deur die strate van die Deense hoofstad dring die besoekers aan om by smørrebrød in te gaan (meer hieroor later), te sluk aan kragtige snaps en te probeer om 'n tafel te kry by een van die 17 restaurante met 17 Michelin -sterre in die klein stad. Maar Kopenhagen was nie altyd 'n eetplek nie#8230

Eintlik het dinge eers in 2003 begin posvat. Daardie jaar het Claus Meyer en René Redzepi die restaurant Noma gestig, en 'n herlewing van die Deense kosstoneel in die vorm van die New Nordic Food Movement. Deur klassieke Nordiese geregte te neem en dit 'n vars, moderne wending te gee, het dit Kopenhagen op die kaart geplaas as 'n kulinêre bestemming.

En omdat ek, ek (dit wil sê: altyd honger), moes ek alles self probeer.

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is 'n avontuur van drie en 'n half uur wat eetlustiges na sommige van die interessantste en heerlikste eet- en drinkplekke in die stad neem, met baie inligting oor Kopenhagen se geskiedenis en kultuur.

*gratis ervaring in ruil vir dekking*

My etenstoer in Kopenhagen is afkomstig van die span van Tinggly - 'n geskenkondernemingsonderneming wat perfek is vir reisigers. Met hul geskenkpakkies kan die ontvanger kies uit 'n groot versameling ervarings in meer as 100 lande, van staptoere en rafting tot warmlugballonritte en vaarte. En kosreise, natuurlik.

As iemand wat nooit weet wat om te sê as ek gevra word wat ek vir my verjaardag wil hê nie ("uhh ... geld vir reis?"), Is 'n Tinggly -geskenkpakkie iets wat ek * graag * as geskenk wil ontvang (wenk, wenk). Pryse begin by £ 59 vir die Essential Collection en Happy Birthday -bokse, en ervaringgeskenke is beskikbaar vir een of twee mense.

'N Seleksie Deense kase … Proe bord van Bornholmerbutikken

Ons Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen begin by Torvehallerne, 'n plaaslike voedselmark wat kruideniersware, vars vleis en vis, vrugte en groente en nog baie meer verkoop. Nadat ek die toergids, Maria, ontmoet het, is ons eerste stop een van my gunsteling dinge - 'n kaasmonster by Arla Unika. Ek sal jou 'n geheim inlaat - Deense kaas het 'n paar ernstige karbonades.

Die volgende stop was gerieflik net een stalletjie om ons oor die Oossee te vervoer na Bornholm, 'n Deense eiland. Wat die kos en drank betref, kan die eiland baie bied, insluitend drop, sjokolade en 'n ongelooflike seedoringkonfyt, wat ek baie geniet het. O, en omdat almal om 11:00 'n bietjie sterk drank nodig het, moet ons akvavit, 'n gedistilleerde drank uit Skandinawië, proe. As ek op hierdie stadium nog nie wakker was nie, het dit beslis gehelp ...

Tydens 'n heerlike wandeling deur die botaniese tuine van Kopenhagen het Maria twee flesse heuning uit Deense gegooi om te probeer. Ons het ook te wete gekom oor hoe plante in die kombuis gebruik word, en ons het te wete gekom oor 'n stinkende blom wat in die Botaniese Tuine blom. Dit word die Amorphophallus Titanum genoem ... andersins bekend as 'Titan's Penis'. Dit is nou in my Google -soekgeskiedenis ...

Vier stukke Smørrebrød by Aaman ’s Deli

Tot op hierdie stadium het ek die klein proe -happies geniet - maar by Aaman's Deli en Takeaway het ons 'n volledige verspreiding van 'n Deense spesialiteit geniet. Ek het Smørrebrød voorheen probeer, maar ek was baie opgewonde toe 'n bord met hierdie Skandinawiese toebroodjies voor my kom.

Aaman's is in 2006 deur die Deense celeb -sjef Adam Aamann geopen, met twee ander restaurante om te volg. Die Deli and Takeaway is die meer ontspanne van die drie en bied ongelooflike geurkombinasies, alles bedien op die tradisionele rogbrood. My gunsteling was waarskynlik die aartappel met gerookte mayo, radyse, gepekelde ui en aartappelskyfies - maar al vier was heerlik en vindingryk.

Ek het die Elderflower Soda wat ek saam met die smørrebrød -middagete bestel het, ook baie lief * - lig, vrugtig en verfrissend met net die regte hoeveelheid fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen

Die smaak van Kopenhagen strek nie net tot eetgoed nie - die bierkeuses hier is ook redelik goed. Nørrebro Bryghus is 'n 100% organiese handwerkbrouery in Kopenhagen. Hulle fokus is om opwindende, innoverende biere van hoë gehalte te skep. Geen waterige pintjies Carlsberg in sig nie.

Ons het drie van hulle bier probeer - een in 'n witbierstyl, een 'n amberbier, en my persoonlike gunsteling, 'n lekke en maklik om te drink, genaamd Cruise 2020. Omdat die brouer blykbaar 'n obsessie het met Mission Impossible. Regverdig genoeg dan.

DØP Hot Dog, Kopenhagen

Ek was eintlik nog redelik vol van my smørrebrød, maar 'n 'tweede middagete' het gekom in die vorm van 'n klassieke straatkosgereg - die nederige worsbroodjie. Maar dit is nie 'n gewone frankfurter nie-DØP het die wors-in-broodjie-konsep op sy kop gedraai en 'n 'gesonder' hond met organiese bestanddele aangebied. Ek het die tofuhond gehad en dit was heerlik - 'n uitstekende konsekwentheid, met baie knapperige gebraaide uie en 'n groot hoeveelheid mosterd. En om alles te kroon, lê knapperige piekels bo -op dit alles. Deurmekaar, maar wonderlik.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • Die soetmaakproses

Teen die einde van die toer was daar soet lekkernye, net soos met enige goeie maaltyd. Ons stop by Sømods Bolcher, die oudste soetwinkel in die stad. Sedert 1891 vervaardig die winkel hul tradisionele harde snoepies met die hand, en ons kyk na 'n paar van die vervaardigers in aksie voordat ons 'n voorsmakie van hul koffiekoekies kry.

My kos -toer in Kopenhagen het op Torvehallerne tot 'n einde gekom, maar op die beste moontlike manier - met mondvol sjokolade. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is 'n luukse chocolatier, en ons het die kans gekry om hul bekroonde Sommerfugl-witsjokolade en vanielje-karamel te probeer, sowel as die Flødeboller – Grand Cru, wat 'n bietjie soos 'n fyn okkerneut-sweep was, maar met marsepein by die onder in plaas van 'n okkerneut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

Ek het 'n fantastiese vier uur op die toer gehad - ons was net vyf, wat beteken dat dit intiem gevoel het en daar was genoeg tyd om Maria baie vrae te vra, nie net oor kos nie, maar oor die lewe in Kopenhagen en Denemarke. Die monsters was ruim en volop, en daar was geen druk op die aankoop by enige van die winkels en stalletjies wat ons besoek het nie.

As u op soek is na 'n manier om al die kulinêre lekkernye wat Kopenhagen te bied het, te proe en in die proses 'n bietjie meer te wete te kom oor die stad, is 'n Kos -toer in Kopenhagen 'n uitstekende manier om dit te doen!

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is deel van die Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, wat £ 219 kos, vir twee mense.


Wil u die beste kos in Kopenhagen probeer? Neem 'n Foodie -toer!

Deur die strate van die Deense hoofstad dring die besoekers aan om by smørrebrød in te gaan (meer hieroor later), te sluk aan kragtige snaps en te probeer om 'n tafel te kry by een van die 17 restaurante met 17 Michelin -sterre in die klein stad. Maar Kopenhagen was nie altyd 'n eetplek nie#8230

Eintlik het dinge eers in 2003 begin posvat. Daardie jaar het Claus Meyer en René Redzepi die restaurant Noma gestig, en 'n herlewing van die Deense kosstoneel in die vorm van die New Nordic Food Movement. Deur klassieke Nordiese geregte te neem en dit 'n vars, moderne wending te gee, het dit Kopenhagen op die kaart geplaas as 'n kulinêre bestemming.

En omdat ek, ek (dit wil sê: altyd honger), moes ek alles self probeer.

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is 'n avontuur van drie en 'n half uur wat eetlustiges na sommige van die interessantste en heerlikste eet- en drinkplekke in die stad neem, met baie inligting oor Kopenhagen se geskiedenis en kultuur.

*komplimentêre ervaring in ruil vir dekking*

My etenstoer in Kopenhagen is afkomstig van die span van Tinggly - 'n geskenkondernemingsonderneming wat perfek is vir reisigers. Met hul geskenkpakkies kan die ontvanger kies uit 'n groot versameling ervarings in meer as 100 lande, van staptoere en rafting tot warmlugballonritte en vaarte. En kosreise, natuurlik.

As iemand wat nooit weet wat om te sê as ek gevra word wat ek vir my verjaardag wil hê nie ("uhh ... geld vir reis?"), Is 'n Tinggly -geskenkpakkie iets wat ek * graag * as geskenk wil ontvang (wenk, wenk). Pryse begin by £ 59 vir die Essential Collection- en Happy Birthday -bokse, en ervaringgeskenke is beskikbaar vir een of twee mense.

'N Seleksie Deense kase … Proe bord van Bornholmerbutikken

Ons Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen begin by Torvehallerne, 'n plaaslike voedselmark wat kruideniersware, vars vleis en vis, vrugte en groente en nog baie meer verkoop. Nadat ek die toergids, Maria, ontmoet het, is ons eerste stop een van my gunsteling dinge - 'n kaasmonster by Arla Unika. Ek sal jou 'n geheim inlaat - Deense kaas het 'n paar ernstige karbonades.

Die volgende stop was gerieflik net een stalletjie om ons oor die Oossee te vervoer na Bornholm, 'n Deense eiland. Wat die eet en drink betref, kan die eiland baie bied, insluitend drop, sjokolade en 'n ongelooflike seedoringkonfyt, wat ek baie geniet het. O, en omdat almal om 11:00 'n bietjie sterk drank nodig het, moet ons akvavit, 'n gedistilleerde drank uit Skandinawië, proe. As ek op hierdie stadium nog nie wakker was nie, het dit beslis gehelp ...

Tydens 'n heerlike wandeling deur die botaniese tuine van Kopenhagen het Maria twee flesse heuning uit Deense gegooi om te probeer. Ons het ook te wete gekom oor hoe plante in die kombuis gebruik word, en ons het te wete gekom oor 'n stinkende blom wat in die Botaniese Tuine blom. Dit word die Amorphophallus Titanum genoem ... andersins bekend as 'Titan's Penis'. Dit is nou in my Google -soekgeskiedenis ...

Vier stukke Smørrebrød by Aaman ’s Deli

Tot op hierdie stadium het ek die klein proe -happies geniet - maar by Aaman's Deli en Takeaway het ons 'n volledige verspreiding van 'n Deense spesialiteit geniet. Ek het Smørrebrød voorheen probeer, maar ek was baie opgewonde toe 'n bord met hierdie Skandinawiese toebroodjies voor my kom.

Aaman's is in 2006 deur die Deense celeb -sjef Adam Aamann geopen, met twee ander restaurante om te volg. Die Deli and Takeaway is die meer ontspanne van die drie en bied ongelooflike geurkombinasies, alles bedien op die tradisionele rogbrood. My gunsteling was waarskynlik die aartappel met gerookte mayo, radyse, gepekelde ui en aartappelskyfies - maar al vier was heerlik en vindingryk.

Ek was ook baie lief vir die Elderflower Soda wat ek saam met die smørrebrød -middagete bestel het - lig, vrugtig en verfrissend met net die regte hoeveelheid fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen

Die smaak van Kopenhagen strek nie net tot eetgoed nie - die bierkeuses hier is ook redelik redelik. Nørrebro Bryghus is 'n 100% organiese handwerkbrouery in Kopenhagen. Hulle fokus is om opwindende, innoverende bier van hoë gehalte te skep. Geen waterige pintjies Carlsberg in sig nie.

Ons het drie van hulle bier probeer - een in 'n witbierstyl, een 'n amberbier, en my persoonlike gunsteling, 'n lustige en maklik om te drink suur genaamd Cruise 2020. Omdat die brouer blykbaar 'n obsessie het met Mission Impossible. Regverdig genoeg dan.

DØP Hot Dog, Kopenhagen

Ek was eintlik nog redelik vol van my smørrebrød, maar 'n 'tweede middagete' het gekom in die vorm van 'n klassieke straatkosgereg - die nederige worsbroodjie. Maar dit is nie 'n gewone frankfurter nie-DØP het die wors-in-broodjie-konsep op sy kop gedraai en 'n 'gesonder' hond met organiese bestanddele aangebied. Ek het die tofuhond gehad en dit was heerlik - 'n uitstekende konsekwentheid, met baie knapperige gebraaide uie en 'n groot hoeveelheid mosterd. En om alles te kroon, lê knapperige piekels bo -op dit alles. Deurmekaar, maar wonderlik.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • Die soetmaakproses

Teen die einde van die toer was daar soet lekkernye, net soos met enige goeie maaltyd. Ons stop by Sømods Bolcher, die oudste soetwinkel in die stad. Sedert 1891 vervaardig die winkel hul tradisionele harde snoepies met die hand, en ons kyk na 'n paar van die vervaardigers in aksie voordat ons 'n voorsmakie van hul koffiekoekies kry.

My kos -toer in Kopenhagen het by Torvehallerne tot 'n einde gekom, maar op die beste moontlike manier - met mondvol sjokolade. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is 'n luukse chocolatier, en ons het die kans gekry om hul bekroonde Sommerfugl-witsjokolade en vanielje-karamel te probeer, sowel as die Flødeboller – Grand Cru, wat 'n bietjie soos 'n fyn okkerneut-sweep was, maar met marsepein by die onder in plaas van 'n okkerneut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

Ek het 'n fantastiese vier uur op die toer gehad - ons was net vyf, wat beteken dat dit intiem gevoel het en daar was genoeg tyd om Maria baie vrae te vra, nie net oor kos nie, maar oor die lewe in Kopenhagen en Denemarke. Die monsters was ruim en volop, en daar was geen druk op die aankoop by enige van die winkels en stalletjies wat ons besoek het nie.

As u op soek is na 'n manier om al die kulinêre lekkernye wat Kopenhagen te bied het, te proe, en in die proses 'n bietjie meer te wete te kom oor die stad, is 'n Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen 'n uitstekende manier om dit te doen!

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is deel van die Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, wat £ 219 kos, vir twee mense.


Wil u die beste kos in Kopenhagen probeer? Neem 'n Foodie -toer!

Deur die strate van die Deense hoofstad dring die besoekers aan om by smørrebrød in te gaan (meer hieroor later), te sluk aan kragtige snaps en te probeer om 'n tafel te kry by een van die 17 restaurante met 17 Michelin -sterre in die klein stad. Maar Kopenhagen was nie altyd 'n eetplek nie#8230

Eintlik het dinge eers in 2003 begin posvat. Daardie jaar het Claus Meyer en René Redzepi die restaurant Noma gestig, en 'n herlewing van die Deense kosstoneel in die vorm van die New Nordic Food Movement. Deur klassieke Nordiese geregte te neem en dit 'n vars, moderne wending te gee, het dit Kopenhagen op die kaart geplaas as 'n kulinêre bestemming.

En ek, ek (dit wil sê: altyd honger), moes self 'n voorsmakie daarvan kry.

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is 'n avontuur van drie en 'n half uur wat eetlustiges na 'n paar van die interessantste en heerlikste eet- en drinkplekke in die stad neem, met baie inligting oor Kopenhagen se geskiedenis en kultuur.

*komplimentêre ervaring in ruil vir dekking*

My etenstoer in Kopenhagen is afkomstig van die span van Tinggly - 'n geskenkondernemingsonderneming wat perfek is vir reisigers. Met hul geskenkpakkies kan die ontvanger kies uit 'n groot versameling ervarings in meer as 100 lande, van staptoere en rafting tot warmlugballonritte en vaarte. En kosreise, natuurlik.

As iemand wat nooit weet wat om te sê as ek gevra word wat ek vir my verjaardag wil hê nie ("uhh ... geld vir reis?"), Is 'n Tinggly -geskenkpakkie iets wat ek * graag * as geskenk wil ontvang (wenk, wenk). Pryse begin by £ 59 vir die Essential Collection en Happy Birthday -bokse, en ervaringgeskenke is beskikbaar vir een of twee mense.

'N Seleksie Deense kase … Proe bord van Bornholmerbutikken

Ons Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen begin by Torvehallerne, 'n plaaslike voedselmark wat kruideniersware, vars vleis en vis, vrugte en groente en nog baie meer verkoop. Nadat ek die toergids, Maria, ontmoet het, is ons eerste stop een van my gunsteling dinge - 'n kaasmonster by Arla Unika. Ek sal jou 'n geheim inlaat - Deense kaas het 'n paar ernstige karbonades.

Die volgende stop was gerieflik net een stalletjie om ons oor die Oossee te vervoer na Bornholm, 'n Deense eiland. Wat die kos en drank betref, kan die eiland baie bied, insluitend drop, sjokolade en 'n ongelooflike seedoringkonfyt, wat ek baie geniet het. O, en omdat almal om 11:00 'n bietjie sterk drank nodig het, moet ons akvavit, 'n gedistilleerde drank uit Skandinawië, proe. As ek op hierdie stadium nog nie wakker was nie, het dit beslis gehelp ...

Tydens 'n heerlike wandeling deur die terrein van die botaniese tuine van Kopenhagen het Maria twee flesse heuning uit Deense gegooi om te probeer. Ons het ook te wete gekom oor hoe plante in die kombuis gebruik word, en ons het te wete gekom oor 'n stinkende blom wat in die Botaniese Tuine blom. Dit word die Amorphophallus Titanum genoem ... andersins bekend as 'Titan's Penis'. Dit is nou in my Google -soekgeskiedenis ...

Vier stukke Smørrebrød by Aaman ’s Deli

Tot op hierdie stadium het ek die klein proe -happies geniet - maar by Aaman's Deli en Takeaway het ons 'n volledige verspreiding van 'n Deense spesialiteit geniet. Ek het Smørrebrød voorheen probeer, maar ek was baie opgewonde toe 'n bord met hierdie Skandinawiese toebroodjies voor my kom.

Aaman's is in 2006 deur die Deense celeb -sjef Adam Aamann geopen, met twee ander restaurante om te volg. Die Deli and Takeaway is die meer ontspanne van die drie en bied ongelooflike geurkombinasies, alles bedien op die tradisionele rogbrood. My gunsteling was waarskynlik die aartappel met gerookte mayo, radyse, gepekelde ui en aartappelskyfies - maar al vier was heerlik en vindingryk.

Ek het die Elderflower Soda wat ek saam met die smørrebrød -middagete bestel het, ook baie lief * - lig, vrugtig en verfrissend met net die regte hoeveelheid fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen

Die smaak van Kopenhagen strek nie net tot eetgoed nie - die bierkeuses hier is ook redelik goed. Nørrebro Bryghus is 'n 100% organiese handwerkbrouery in Kopenhagen. Hulle fokus is om opwindende, innoverende bier van hoë gehalte te skep. Geen waterige pintjies Carlsberg in sig nie.

Ons het drie van hulle bier probeer - een in 'n witbierstyl, een 'n amberbier, en my persoonlike gunsteling, 'n lustige en maklik om te drink suur genaamd Cruise 2020. Omdat die brouer blykbaar 'n obsessie het met Mission Impossible. Regverdig genoeg dan.

DØP Hot Dog, Kopenhagen

Ek was eintlik nog redelik vol van my smørrebrød, maar 'n 'tweede middagete' het gekom in die vorm van 'n klassieke straatkosgereg - die nederige worsbroodjie. Maar dit is nie 'n gewone frankfurter nie-DØP het die wors-in-broodjie-konsep op sy kop gedraai en 'n 'gesonder' hond met organiese bestanddele aangebied. Ek het die tofuhond gehad en dit was heerlik - 'n uitstekende konsekwentheid, met baie knapperige gebraaide uie en 'n groot hoeveelheid mosterd. En om alles te kroon, lê knapperige piekels bo -op dit alles. Deurmekaar, maar wonderlik.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • Die soetmaakproses

Teen die einde van die toer was daar soet lekkernye, net soos met enige goeie maaltyd. Ons stop by Sømods Bolcher, die oudste soetwinkel in die stad. Sedert 1891 vervaardig die winkel hul tradisionele harde snoepies met die hand, en ons kyk na 'n paar van die vervaardigers in aksie voordat ons 'n voorsmakie van hul koffiekoekies kry.

My kos -toer in Kopenhagen het op Torvehallerne tot 'n einde gekom, maar op die beste moontlike manier - met mondvol sjokolade. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is 'n luukse chocolatier, en ons het die kans gekry om hul bekroonde Sommerfugl-witsjokolade en vanielje-karamel te probeer, sowel as die Flødeboller – Grand Cru, wat 'n bietjie soos 'n fyn okkerneut-sweep was, maar met marsepein by die onder in plaas van 'n okkerneut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

Ek het 'n fantastiese vier uur op die toer gehad - ons was net vyf, wat beteken dat dit intiem gevoel het en daar was genoeg tyd om Maria baie vrae te vra, nie net oor kos nie, maar oor die lewe in Kopenhagen en Denemarke. Die monsters was ruim en volop, en daar was geen druk op die aankoop by enige van die winkels en stalletjies wat ons besoek het nie.

As u op soek is na 'n manier om al die kulinêre lekkernye wat Kopenhagen te bied het, te proe, en in die proses 'n bietjie meer te wete te kom oor die stad, is 'n Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen 'n uitstekende manier om dit te doen!

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is deel van die Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, wat £ 219 kos, vir twee mense.


Wil u die beste kos in Kopenhagen probeer? Neem 'n Foodie -toer!

Deur die strate van die Deense hoofstad dring die besoekers aan om by smørrebrød in te gaan (meer hieroor later), te sluk aan kragtige snaps en te probeer om 'n tafel te kry by een van die 17 restaurante met 17 Michelin -sterre in die klein stad. Maar Kopenhagen was nie altyd 'n eetplek nie#8230

Eintlik het dinge eers in 2003 begin posvat. Daardie jaar het Claus Meyer en René Redzepi die restaurant Noma gestig, en 'n herlewing van die Deense kosstoneel in die vorm van die New Nordic Food Movement. Deur klassieke Nordiese geregte te neem en dit 'n vars, moderne wending te gee, het dit Kopenhagen op die kaart geplaas as 'n kulinêre bestemming.

En omdat ek, ek (dit wil sê: altyd honger), moes ek alles self probeer.

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is 'n avontuur van drie en 'n half uur wat eetlustiges na 'n paar van die interessantste en heerlikste eet- en drinkplekke in die stad neem, met baie inligting oor Kopenhagen se geskiedenis en kultuur.

*gratis ervaring in ruil vir dekking*

My etenstoer in Kopenhagen is afkomstig van die span van Tinggly - 'n geskenkondernemingsonderneming wat perfek is vir reisigers. Met hul geskenkpakkies kan die ontvanger kies uit 'n groot versameling ervarings in meer as 100 lande, van staptoere en rafting tot warmlugballonritte en vaarte. En kosreise, natuurlik.

As iemand wat nooit weet wat om te sê as ek gevra word wat ek vir my verjaardag wil hê nie ("uhh ... geld vir reis?"), Is 'n Tinggly -geskenkpakkie iets wat ek * graag * as geskenk wil ontvang (wenk, wenk). Pryse begin by £ 59 vir die Essential Collection en Happy Birthday -bokse, en ervaringgeskenke is beskikbaar vir een of twee mense.

'N Seleksie Deense kase … Proe bord van Bornholmerbutikken

Ons Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen begin by Torvehallerne, 'n plaaslike voedselmark wat kruideniersware, vars vleis en vis, vrugte en groente en nog baie meer verkoop. Nadat ek die toergids, Maria, ontmoet het, is ons eerste stop een van my gunsteling dinge - 'n kaasmonster by Arla Unika. Ek sal jou 'n geheim inlaat - Deense kaas het 'n paar ernstige karbonades.

Die volgende stop was gerieflik net een stalletjie om ons oor die Baltiese See te vervoer na Bornholm, 'n Deense eiland. Wat die kos en drank betref, kan die eiland baie bied, insluitend drop, sjokolade en 'n ongelooflike seedoringkonfyt, wat ek baie geniet het. O, en omdat almal om 11:00 'n bietjie sterk drank nodig het, moet ons akvavit, 'n gedistilleerde drank uit Skandinawië, proe. As ek op hierdie stadium nog nie wakker was nie, het dit beslis gehelp ...

Tydens 'n heerlike wandeling deur die botaniese tuine van Kopenhagen het Maria twee flesse heuning uit Deense gegooi om te probeer. Ons het ook te wete gekom oor hoe plante in die kombuis gebruik word, en ons het te wete gekom oor 'n stinkende blom wat in die Botaniese Tuine blom. Dit word die Amorphophallus Titanum genoem ... andersins bekend as 'Titan's Penis'. Dit is nou in my Google -soekgeskiedenis ...

Vier stukke Smørrebrød by Aaman ’s Deli

Tot op hierdie stadium het ek die klein proe -happies geniet - maar by Aaman's Deli en Takeaway het ons 'n volledige verspreiding van 'n Deense spesialiteit geniet. Ek het Smørrebrød voorheen probeer, maar ek was baie opgewonde toe 'n bord met hierdie Skandinawiese toebroodjies voor my kom.

Aaman's is in 2006 deur die Deense celeb -sjef Adam Aamann geopen, met twee ander restaurante om te volg. Die Deli and Takeaway is die meer ontspanne van die drie en bied ongelooflike geurkombinasies, alles bedien op die tradisionele rogbrood. My gunsteling was waarskynlik die aartappel met gerookte mayo, radyse, gepekelde ui en aartappelskyfies - maar al vier was heerlik en vindingryk.

Ek was ook baie lief vir die Elderflower Soda wat ek saam met die smørrebrød -middagete bestel het - lig, vrugtig en verfrissend met net die regte hoeveelheid fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Kopenhagen

Die smaak van Kopenhagen strek nie net tot eetgoed nie - die bierkeuses hier is ook redelik goed. Nørrebro Bryghus is 'n 100% organiese handwerkbrouery in Kopenhagen. Hulle fokus is om opwindende, innoverende bier van hoë gehalte te skep. Geen waterige pintjies Carlsberg in sig nie.

Ons het drie van hulle bier probeer - een in 'n witbierstyl, een 'n amberbier, en my persoonlike gunsteling, 'n lustige en maklik om te drink suur genaamd Cruise 2020. Omdat die brouer blykbaar 'n obsessie het met Mission Impossible. Regverdig genoeg dan.

DØP Hot Dog, Kopenhagen

Ek was eintlik nog redelik vol van my smørrebrød, maar 'n 'tweede middagete' het gekom in die vorm van 'n klassieke straatkosgereg - die nederige worsbroodjie. Maar dit is nie 'n gewone frankfurter nie-DØP het die wors-in-broodjie-konsep op sy kop gedraai en 'n 'gesonder' hond met organiese bestanddele aangebied. Ek het die tofuhond gehad en dit was heerlik - 'n uitstekende konsekwentheid, met baie knapperige gebraaide uie en 'n groot hoeveelheid mosterd. En om alles te kroon, lê knapperige piekels bo -op dit alles. Deurmekaar, maar wonderlik.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • Die soetmaakproses

Teen die einde van die toer was daar soet lekkernye, net soos met enige goeie maaltyd. Ons stop by Sømods Bolcher, die oudste soetwinkel in die stad. Sedert 1891 vervaardig die winkel hul tradisionele harde snoepies met die hand, en ons kyk na 'n paar van die vervaardigers in aksie voordat ons 'n voorsmakie van hul koffiekoekies kry.

My kos -toer in Kopenhagen het op Torvehallerne tot 'n einde gekom, maar op die beste moontlike manier - met mondvol sjokolade. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is 'n luukse chocolatier, en ons het die kans gekry om hul bekroonde Sommerfugl-witsjokolade en vanielje-karamel te probeer, sowel as die Flødeboller – Grand Cru, wat 'n bietjie soos 'n fyn okkerneut-sweep was, maar met marsepein by die onder in plaas van 'n okkerneut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

Ek het 'n fantastiese vier uur op die toer gehad - ons was net vyf, wat beteken dat dit intiem gevoel het en daar was genoeg tyd om Maria baie vrae te vra, nie net oor kos nie, maar oor die lewe in Kopenhagen en Denemarke. Die monsters was ruim en volop, en daar was geen druk op die aankoop by enige van die winkels en stalletjies wat ons besoek het nie.

As u op soek is na 'n manier om al die kulinêre lekkernye wat Kopenhagen te bied het, te proe, en in die proses 'n bietjie meer te wete te kom oor die stad, is 'n Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen 'n uitstekende manier om dit te doen!

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is deel van die Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, wat £ 219 kos, vir twee mense.


Wil u die beste kos in Kopenhagen probeer? Neem 'n Foodie -toer!

Deur die strate van die Deense hoofstad dring die besoekers aan om by smørrebrød in te gaan (meer hieroor later), te sluk aan kragtige snaps en te probeer om 'n tafel te kry by een van die 17 restaurante met 17 Michelin -sterre in die klein stad. Maar Kopenhagen was nie altyd 'n eetplek nie#8230

Eintlik het dinge eers in 2003 begin posvat. Daardie jaar het Claus Meyer en René Redzepi die restaurant Noma gestig, en 'n herlewing van die Deense kosstoneel in die vorm van die New Nordic Food Movement. Deur klassieke Nordiese geregte te neem en dit 'n vars, moderne wending te gee, het dit Kopenhagen op die kaart geplaas as 'n kulinêre bestemming.

En omdat ek, ek (dit wil sê: altyd honger), moes ek alles self probeer.

Die Copenhagen Culinary Experience is 'n avontuur van drie en 'n half uur wat eetlustiges na sommige van die interessantste en heerlikste eet- en drinkplekke in die stad neem, met baie inligting oor Kopenhagen se geskiedenis en kultuur.

*gratis ervaring in ruil vir dekking*

My etenstoer in Kopenhagen is afkomstig van die span van Tinggly - 'n geskenkondernemingsonderneming wat perfek is vir reisigers. Met hul geskenkpakkies kan die ontvanger kies uit 'n groot versameling ervarings in meer as 100 lande, van staptoere en rafting tot warmlugballonritte en vaarte. En kosreise, natuurlik.

As iemand wat nooit weet wat om te sê as ek gevra word wat ek vir my verjaardag wil hê nie ("uhh ... geld vir reis?"), Is 'n Tinggly -geskenkpakkie iets wat ek * graag * as geskenk wil ontvang (wenk, wenk). Pryse begin by £ 59 vir die Essential Collection- en Happy Birthday -bokse, en ervaringgeskenke is beskikbaar vir een of twee mense.

'N Seleksie Deense kase … Proe bord van Bornholmerbutikken

Ons Kos -toer deur Kopenhagen begin by Torvehallerne, 'n plaaslike voedselmark wat kruideniersware, vars vleis en vis, vrugte en groente en nog baie meer verkoop. Nadat ek die toergids, Maria, ontmoet het, is ons eerste stop een van my gunsteling dinge - 'n kaasmonster by Arla Unika. Ek sal jou 'n geheim inlaat - Deense kaas het 'n paar ernstige karbonades.

Die volgende stop was gerieflik net een stalletjie om ons oor die Oossee te vervoer na Bornholm, 'n Deense eiland. Wat die kos en drank betref, kan die eiland baie bied, insluitend drop, sjokolade en 'n ongelooflike seedoringkonfyt, wat ek baie geniet het. O, en omdat almal om 11 uur 'n bietjie sterk drank nodig het, moet ons akvavit, 'n gedistilleerde drank uit Skandinawië, proe. If I wasn’t awake by this point already, it definitely helped…

During a lovely stroll through the grounds of Copenhagen’s Botanical Gardens, Maria whipped out two jars of Danish-produced honey to try. We also got to hear about how plants are used in cuisine, as well as finding out about a majorly smelly flower that blooms in the Botanical Gardens. It’s called the Amorphophallus Titanum…otherwise known as ‘Titan’s Penis’. Which is now in my Google Search History…

Four pieces of Smørrebrød at Aaman’s Deli

Up until this point, I’d enjoyed the small tasting bites – but at Aaman’s Deli and Takeaway, we were treated to a full on spread of a Danish specialty. I’d tried Smørrebrød before, so was pretty excited when a plate of these Scandinavian open-faced sandwiches arrived in front of me.

Aaman’s was opened by Danish celeb chef Adam Aamann in 2006, with two other restaurants to follow. The Deli and Takeaway is the more relaxed of the three, offering amazing flavour combinations, all served on the traditional rye bread. My favourite was probably the potato with smoked mayo, radish, pickled onion and potato chips – but all four were delicious and inventive.

I also *loved* the Elderflower Soda I ordered with the smørrebrød lunch – light, fruity and refreshing with just the right amount of fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen

The tastes of Copenhagen don’t just extend to edibles – the beer choices here are pretty decent too. Nørrebro Bryghus is a 100% organic craft brewery in Copenhagen. Their focus is creating exciting, innovative beers to a high quality. No watery pints of Carlsberg in sight.

We tried three of their beers – one a white beer style, one an amber ale, and my personal favourite, a breezy and easy to drink sour called Cruise 2020. Because the brewer is obsessed with Mission Impossible, apparently. Fair enough then.

DØP Hot Dog, Copenhagen

I was actually still pretty full from my smørrebrød, but a ‘second lunch’ came in the form of a classic street food dish – the humble hot dog. But this is no ordinary frankfurter – DØP have turned the sausage-in-bun concept on its head, offering a ‘healthier’ dog, with organic ingredients. I had the tofu dog and it was delicious – a great consistency, with plenty of crispy fried onions held on with a generous squirt of mustard. And to top it all off, crunchy pickles lay at the top of it all. Messy, but wonderful.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • The sweet making process

Towards the end of the tour, just like with any good meal, sweet treats were on the cards. We stopped off at Sømods Bolcher, the oldest sweet shop in the city. Since 1891, the shop has been producing their traditional hard candies by hand, and we watched some of the makers in action before getting a taste of their coffee candy.

My Copenhagen food tour came to an end back at Torvehallerne, but in the best possible way – with mouthfuls of CHOCOLATE. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is a luxury chocolatier, and we had the chance to try their award-winning Sommerfugl white chocolate and vanilla caramel, as well as the Flødeboller – Grand Cru, which was a bit like a fancy Walnut Whip but with marzipan at the bottom instead of a walnut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

I had a fantastic four hours on the tour – there were only five of us, which meant it felt intimate and there was plenty of time to ask Maria loads of questions, not just about food, but about life in Copenhagen and Denmark. The samples were generous and plentiful, and there was no pressure put on to buy from any of the shops and stalls we visited.

If you’re looking for a way to taste all the culinary delights Copenhagen has to offer, and learn a bit more about the city in the process, a Copenhagen food tour is a great way to do it!

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is part of the Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, which costs £219, for two people.


Want to Try Copenhagen’s Best Food? Take a Foodie Tour!

Through the streets of the Danish capital, visitors clamour to tuck into smørrebrød (more on that later), sip on powerful schnapps, and attempt to get a table at one of the small city’s 17 Michelin starred restaurants. But Copenhagen hasn’t always been a foodie hotspot…

In fact, it wasn’t until 2003 that things really began to take off. That year, Claus Meyer and René Redzepi founded the restaurant Noma, and with it came a resurgence of Denmark’s food scene in the form of the New Nordic Food Movement. Taking classic Nordic dishes and giving them a fresh, modern twist, it put Copenhagen on the map as a culinary destination.

And me being, me (ie: always hungry), I had to get a taste of it all for myself.

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is a three and a half hour adventure that takes foodies around some of the most interesting and delicious eating (and drinking) spots in the city, with plenty of information about Copenhagen’s history and culture for good measure.

*complimentary experience in exchange for coverage*

My Copenhagen food tour came courtesy of the team at Tinggly – a gift experience company perfect for travellers. Their gift boxes allow the recipient to choose from a huge collection of experiences in over 100 countries, from walking tours and white water rafting to hot air balloon rides and cruises. And food tours, obviously.

As someone who never knows what to say when asked what I want for my birthday (“uhh…money for travel?”), a Tinggly gift box is something I’d *love* to receive as a gift (hint, hint). Prices start at £59 for the Essential Collection and Happy Birthday boxes, and experience gifts are available for one or two people.

A selection of Danish cheeses… Tasting plate from Bornholmerbutikken

Our Copenhagen food tour begins at Torvehallerne, a local food market selling groceries, fresh meat and fish, fruit and veg and a whole lot more. After meeting the tour’s guide, Maria, our first stop is one of my favourite things – a cheese sampling at Arla Unika. I’ll let you in on a secret – Danish cheese has some serious chops.

The next stop was conveniently just one stall down, transporting us across the Baltic Sea to Bornholm, a Danish island. The island has plenty to offer in terms of food and drink, including liquorice, chocolate and an AMAZING seabuckthorn jam, which I loved. Oh, and because everyone needs some hard liquor at 11am, we got to sample akvavit, a distilled spirit from Scandinavia. If I wasn’t awake by this point already, it definitely helped…

During a lovely stroll through the grounds of Copenhagen’s Botanical Gardens, Maria whipped out two jars of Danish-produced honey to try. We also got to hear about how plants are used in cuisine, as well as finding out about a majorly smelly flower that blooms in the Botanical Gardens. It’s called the Amorphophallus Titanum…otherwise known as ‘Titan’s Penis’. Which is now in my Google Search History…

Four pieces of Smørrebrød at Aaman’s Deli

Up until this point, I’d enjoyed the small tasting bites – but at Aaman’s Deli and Takeaway, we were treated to a full on spread of a Danish specialty. I’d tried Smørrebrød before, so was pretty excited when a plate of these Scandinavian open-faced sandwiches arrived in front of me.

Aaman’s was opened by Danish celeb chef Adam Aamann in 2006, with two other restaurants to follow. The Deli and Takeaway is the more relaxed of the three, offering amazing flavour combinations, all served on the traditional rye bread. My favourite was probably the potato with smoked mayo, radish, pickled onion and potato chips – but all four were delicious and inventive.

I also *loved* the Elderflower Soda I ordered with the smørrebrød lunch – light, fruity and refreshing with just the right amount of fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen

The tastes of Copenhagen don’t just extend to edibles – the beer choices here are pretty decent too. Nørrebro Bryghus is a 100% organic craft brewery in Copenhagen. Their focus is creating exciting, innovative beers to a high quality. No watery pints of Carlsberg in sight.

We tried three of their beers – one a white beer style, one an amber ale, and my personal favourite, a breezy and easy to drink sour called Cruise 2020. Because the brewer is obsessed with Mission Impossible, apparently. Fair enough then.

DØP Hot Dog, Copenhagen

I was actually still pretty full from my smørrebrød, but a ‘second lunch’ came in the form of a classic street food dish – the humble hot dog. But this is no ordinary frankfurter – DØP have turned the sausage-in-bun concept on its head, offering a ‘healthier’ dog, with organic ingredients. I had the tofu dog and it was delicious – a great consistency, with plenty of crispy fried onions held on with a generous squirt of mustard. And to top it all off, crunchy pickles lay at the top of it all. Messy, but wonderful.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • The sweet making process

Towards the end of the tour, just like with any good meal, sweet treats were on the cards. We stopped off at Sømods Bolcher, the oldest sweet shop in the city. Since 1891, the shop has been producing their traditional hard candies by hand, and we watched some of the makers in action before getting a taste of their coffee candy.

My Copenhagen food tour came to an end back at Torvehallerne, but in the best possible way – with mouthfuls of CHOCOLATE. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is a luxury chocolatier, and we had the chance to try their award-winning Sommerfugl white chocolate and vanilla caramel, as well as the Flødeboller – Grand Cru, which was a bit like a fancy Walnut Whip but with marzipan at the bottom instead of a walnut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

I had a fantastic four hours on the tour – there were only five of us, which meant it felt intimate and there was plenty of time to ask Maria loads of questions, not just about food, but about life in Copenhagen and Denmark. The samples were generous and plentiful, and there was no pressure put on to buy from any of the shops and stalls we visited.

If you’re looking for a way to taste all the culinary delights Copenhagen has to offer, and learn a bit more about the city in the process, a Copenhagen food tour is a great way to do it!

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is part of the Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, which costs £219, for two people.


Want to Try Copenhagen’s Best Food? Take a Foodie Tour!

Through the streets of the Danish capital, visitors clamour to tuck into smørrebrød (more on that later), sip on powerful schnapps, and attempt to get a table at one of the small city’s 17 Michelin starred restaurants. But Copenhagen hasn’t always been a foodie hotspot…

In fact, it wasn’t until 2003 that things really began to take off. That year, Claus Meyer and René Redzepi founded the restaurant Noma, and with it came a resurgence of Denmark’s food scene in the form of the New Nordic Food Movement. Taking classic Nordic dishes and giving them a fresh, modern twist, it put Copenhagen on the map as a culinary destination.

And me being, me (ie: always hungry), I had to get a taste of it all for myself.

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is a three and a half hour adventure that takes foodies around some of the most interesting and delicious eating (and drinking) spots in the city, with plenty of information about Copenhagen’s history and culture for good measure.

*complimentary experience in exchange for coverage*

My Copenhagen food tour came courtesy of the team at Tinggly – a gift experience company perfect for travellers. Their gift boxes allow the recipient to choose from a huge collection of experiences in over 100 countries, from walking tours and white water rafting to hot air balloon rides and cruises. And food tours, obviously.

As someone who never knows what to say when asked what I want for my birthday (“uhh…money for travel?”), a Tinggly gift box is something I’d *love* to receive as a gift (hint, hint). Prices start at £59 for the Essential Collection and Happy Birthday boxes, and experience gifts are available for one or two people.

A selection of Danish cheeses… Tasting plate from Bornholmerbutikken

Our Copenhagen food tour begins at Torvehallerne, a local food market selling groceries, fresh meat and fish, fruit and veg and a whole lot more. After meeting the tour’s guide, Maria, our first stop is one of my favourite things – a cheese sampling at Arla Unika. I’ll let you in on a secret – Danish cheese has some serious chops.

The next stop was conveniently just one stall down, transporting us across the Baltic Sea to Bornholm, a Danish island. The island has plenty to offer in terms of food and drink, including liquorice, chocolate and an AMAZING seabuckthorn jam, which I loved. Oh, and because everyone needs some hard liquor at 11am, we got to sample akvavit, a distilled spirit from Scandinavia. If I wasn’t awake by this point already, it definitely helped…

During a lovely stroll through the grounds of Copenhagen’s Botanical Gardens, Maria whipped out two jars of Danish-produced honey to try. We also got to hear about how plants are used in cuisine, as well as finding out about a majorly smelly flower that blooms in the Botanical Gardens. It’s called the Amorphophallus Titanum…otherwise known as ‘Titan’s Penis’. Which is now in my Google Search History…

Four pieces of Smørrebrød at Aaman’s Deli

Up until this point, I’d enjoyed the small tasting bites – but at Aaman’s Deli and Takeaway, we were treated to a full on spread of a Danish specialty. I’d tried Smørrebrød before, so was pretty excited when a plate of these Scandinavian open-faced sandwiches arrived in front of me.

Aaman’s was opened by Danish celeb chef Adam Aamann in 2006, with two other restaurants to follow. The Deli and Takeaway is the more relaxed of the three, offering amazing flavour combinations, all served on the traditional rye bread. My favourite was probably the potato with smoked mayo, radish, pickled onion and potato chips – but all four were delicious and inventive.

I also *loved* the Elderflower Soda I ordered with the smørrebrød lunch – light, fruity and refreshing with just the right amount of fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen

The tastes of Copenhagen don’t just extend to edibles – the beer choices here are pretty decent too. Nørrebro Bryghus is a 100% organic craft brewery in Copenhagen. Their focus is creating exciting, innovative beers to a high quality. No watery pints of Carlsberg in sight.

We tried three of their beers – one a white beer style, one an amber ale, and my personal favourite, a breezy and easy to drink sour called Cruise 2020. Because the brewer is obsessed with Mission Impossible, apparently. Fair enough then.

DØP Hot Dog, Copenhagen

I was actually still pretty full from my smørrebrød, but a ‘second lunch’ came in the form of a classic street food dish – the humble hot dog. But this is no ordinary frankfurter – DØP have turned the sausage-in-bun concept on its head, offering a ‘healthier’ dog, with organic ingredients. I had the tofu dog and it was delicious – a great consistency, with plenty of crispy fried onions held on with a generous squirt of mustard. And to top it all off, crunchy pickles lay at the top of it all. Messy, but wonderful.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • The sweet making process

Towards the end of the tour, just like with any good meal, sweet treats were on the cards. We stopped off at Sømods Bolcher, the oldest sweet shop in the city. Since 1891, the shop has been producing their traditional hard candies by hand, and we watched some of the makers in action before getting a taste of their coffee candy.

My Copenhagen food tour came to an end back at Torvehallerne, but in the best possible way – with mouthfuls of CHOCOLATE. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is a luxury chocolatier, and we had the chance to try their award-winning Sommerfugl white chocolate and vanilla caramel, as well as the Flødeboller – Grand Cru, which was a bit like a fancy Walnut Whip but with marzipan at the bottom instead of a walnut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

I had a fantastic four hours on the tour – there were only five of us, which meant it felt intimate and there was plenty of time to ask Maria loads of questions, not just about food, but about life in Copenhagen and Denmark. The samples were generous and plentiful, and there was no pressure put on to buy from any of the shops and stalls we visited.

If you’re looking for a way to taste all the culinary delights Copenhagen has to offer, and learn a bit more about the city in the process, a Copenhagen food tour is a great way to do it!

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is part of the Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, which costs £219, for two people.


Want to Try Copenhagen’s Best Food? Take a Foodie Tour!

Through the streets of the Danish capital, visitors clamour to tuck into smørrebrød (more on that later), sip on powerful schnapps, and attempt to get a table at one of the small city’s 17 Michelin starred restaurants. But Copenhagen hasn’t always been a foodie hotspot…

In fact, it wasn’t until 2003 that things really began to take off. That year, Claus Meyer and René Redzepi founded the restaurant Noma, and with it came a resurgence of Denmark’s food scene in the form of the New Nordic Food Movement. Taking classic Nordic dishes and giving them a fresh, modern twist, it put Copenhagen on the map as a culinary destination.

And me being, me (ie: always hungry), I had to get a taste of it all for myself.

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is a three and a half hour adventure that takes foodies around some of the most interesting and delicious eating (and drinking) spots in the city, with plenty of information about Copenhagen’s history and culture for good measure.

*complimentary experience in exchange for coverage*

My Copenhagen food tour came courtesy of the team at Tinggly – a gift experience company perfect for travellers. Their gift boxes allow the recipient to choose from a huge collection of experiences in over 100 countries, from walking tours and white water rafting to hot air balloon rides and cruises. And food tours, obviously.

As someone who never knows what to say when asked what I want for my birthday (“uhh…money for travel?”), a Tinggly gift box is something I’d *love* to receive as a gift (hint, hint). Prices start at £59 for the Essential Collection and Happy Birthday boxes, and experience gifts are available for one or two people.

A selection of Danish cheeses… Tasting plate from Bornholmerbutikken

Our Copenhagen food tour begins at Torvehallerne, a local food market selling groceries, fresh meat and fish, fruit and veg and a whole lot more. After meeting the tour’s guide, Maria, our first stop is one of my favourite things – a cheese sampling at Arla Unika. I’ll let you in on a secret – Danish cheese has some serious chops.

The next stop was conveniently just one stall down, transporting us across the Baltic Sea to Bornholm, a Danish island. The island has plenty to offer in terms of food and drink, including liquorice, chocolate and an AMAZING seabuckthorn jam, which I loved. Oh, and because everyone needs some hard liquor at 11am, we got to sample akvavit, a distilled spirit from Scandinavia. If I wasn’t awake by this point already, it definitely helped…

During a lovely stroll through the grounds of Copenhagen’s Botanical Gardens, Maria whipped out two jars of Danish-produced honey to try. We also got to hear about how plants are used in cuisine, as well as finding out about a majorly smelly flower that blooms in the Botanical Gardens. It’s called the Amorphophallus Titanum…otherwise known as ‘Titan’s Penis’. Which is now in my Google Search History…

Four pieces of Smørrebrød at Aaman’s Deli

Up until this point, I’d enjoyed the small tasting bites – but at Aaman’s Deli and Takeaway, we were treated to a full on spread of a Danish specialty. I’d tried Smørrebrød before, so was pretty excited when a plate of these Scandinavian open-faced sandwiches arrived in front of me.

Aaman’s was opened by Danish celeb chef Adam Aamann in 2006, with two other restaurants to follow. The Deli and Takeaway is the more relaxed of the three, offering amazing flavour combinations, all served on the traditional rye bread. My favourite was probably the potato with smoked mayo, radish, pickled onion and potato chips – but all four were delicious and inventive.

I also *loved* the Elderflower Soda I ordered with the smørrebrød lunch – light, fruity and refreshing with just the right amount of fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen

The tastes of Copenhagen don’t just extend to edibles – the beer choices here are pretty decent too. Nørrebro Bryghus is a 100% organic craft brewery in Copenhagen. Their focus is creating exciting, innovative beers to a high quality. No watery pints of Carlsberg in sight.

We tried three of their beers – one a white beer style, one an amber ale, and my personal favourite, a breezy and easy to drink sour called Cruise 2020. Because the brewer is obsessed with Mission Impossible, apparently. Fair enough then.

DØP Hot Dog, Copenhagen

I was actually still pretty full from my smørrebrød, but a ‘second lunch’ came in the form of a classic street food dish – the humble hot dog. But this is no ordinary frankfurter – DØP have turned the sausage-in-bun concept on its head, offering a ‘healthier’ dog, with organic ingredients. I had the tofu dog and it was delicious – a great consistency, with plenty of crispy fried onions held on with a generous squirt of mustard. And to top it all off, crunchy pickles lay at the top of it all. Messy, but wonderful.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • The sweet making process

Towards the end of the tour, just like with any good meal, sweet treats were on the cards. We stopped off at Sømods Bolcher, the oldest sweet shop in the city. Since 1891, the shop has been producing their traditional hard candies by hand, and we watched some of the makers in action before getting a taste of their coffee candy.

My Copenhagen food tour came to an end back at Torvehallerne, but in the best possible way – with mouthfuls of CHOCOLATE. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is a luxury chocolatier, and we had the chance to try their award-winning Sommerfugl white chocolate and vanilla caramel, as well as the Flødeboller – Grand Cru, which was a bit like a fancy Walnut Whip but with marzipan at the bottom instead of a walnut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

I had a fantastic four hours on the tour – there were only five of us, which meant it felt intimate and there was plenty of time to ask Maria loads of questions, not just about food, but about life in Copenhagen and Denmark. The samples were generous and plentiful, and there was no pressure put on to buy from any of the shops and stalls we visited.

If you’re looking for a way to taste all the culinary delights Copenhagen has to offer, and learn a bit more about the city in the process, a Copenhagen food tour is a great way to do it!

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is part of the Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, which costs £219, for two people.


Want to Try Copenhagen’s Best Food? Take a Foodie Tour!

Through the streets of the Danish capital, visitors clamour to tuck into smørrebrød (more on that later), sip on powerful schnapps, and attempt to get a table at one of the small city’s 17 Michelin starred restaurants. But Copenhagen hasn’t always been a foodie hotspot…

In fact, it wasn’t until 2003 that things really began to take off. That year, Claus Meyer and René Redzepi founded the restaurant Noma, and with it came a resurgence of Denmark’s food scene in the form of the New Nordic Food Movement. Taking classic Nordic dishes and giving them a fresh, modern twist, it put Copenhagen on the map as a culinary destination.

And me being, me (ie: always hungry), I had to get a taste of it all for myself.

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is a three and a half hour adventure that takes foodies around some of the most interesting and delicious eating (and drinking) spots in the city, with plenty of information about Copenhagen’s history and culture for good measure.

*complimentary experience in exchange for coverage*

My Copenhagen food tour came courtesy of the team at Tinggly – a gift experience company perfect for travellers. Their gift boxes allow the recipient to choose from a huge collection of experiences in over 100 countries, from walking tours and white water rafting to hot air balloon rides and cruises. And food tours, obviously.

As someone who never knows what to say when asked what I want for my birthday (“uhh…money for travel?”), a Tinggly gift box is something I’d *love* to receive as a gift (hint, hint). Prices start at £59 for the Essential Collection and Happy Birthday boxes, and experience gifts are available for one or two people.

A selection of Danish cheeses… Tasting plate from Bornholmerbutikken

Our Copenhagen food tour begins at Torvehallerne, a local food market selling groceries, fresh meat and fish, fruit and veg and a whole lot more. After meeting the tour’s guide, Maria, our first stop is one of my favourite things – a cheese sampling at Arla Unika. I’ll let you in on a secret – Danish cheese has some serious chops.

The next stop was conveniently just one stall down, transporting us across the Baltic Sea to Bornholm, a Danish island. The island has plenty to offer in terms of food and drink, including liquorice, chocolate and an AMAZING seabuckthorn jam, which I loved. Oh, and because everyone needs some hard liquor at 11am, we got to sample akvavit, a distilled spirit from Scandinavia. If I wasn’t awake by this point already, it definitely helped…

During a lovely stroll through the grounds of Copenhagen’s Botanical Gardens, Maria whipped out two jars of Danish-produced honey to try. We also got to hear about how plants are used in cuisine, as well as finding out about a majorly smelly flower that blooms in the Botanical Gardens. It’s called the Amorphophallus Titanum…otherwise known as ‘Titan’s Penis’. Which is now in my Google Search History…

Four pieces of Smørrebrød at Aaman’s Deli

Up until this point, I’d enjoyed the small tasting bites – but at Aaman’s Deli and Takeaway, we were treated to a full on spread of a Danish specialty. I’d tried Smørrebrød before, so was pretty excited when a plate of these Scandinavian open-faced sandwiches arrived in front of me.

Aaman’s was opened by Danish celeb chef Adam Aamann in 2006, with two other restaurants to follow. The Deli and Takeaway is the more relaxed of the three, offering amazing flavour combinations, all served on the traditional rye bread. My favourite was probably the potato with smoked mayo, radish, pickled onion and potato chips – but all four were delicious and inventive.

I also *loved* the Elderflower Soda I ordered with the smørrebrød lunch – light, fruity and refreshing with just the right amount of fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen

The tastes of Copenhagen don’t just extend to edibles – the beer choices here are pretty decent too. Nørrebro Bryghus is a 100% organic craft brewery in Copenhagen. Their focus is creating exciting, innovative beers to a high quality. No watery pints of Carlsberg in sight.

We tried three of their beers – one a white beer style, one an amber ale, and my personal favourite, a breezy and easy to drink sour called Cruise 2020. Because the brewer is obsessed with Mission Impossible, apparently. Fair enough then.

DØP Hot Dog, Copenhagen

I was actually still pretty full from my smørrebrød, but a ‘second lunch’ came in the form of a classic street food dish – the humble hot dog. But this is no ordinary frankfurter – DØP have turned the sausage-in-bun concept on its head, offering a ‘healthier’ dog, with organic ingredients. I had the tofu dog and it was delicious – a great consistency, with plenty of crispy fried onions held on with a generous squirt of mustard. And to top it all off, crunchy pickles lay at the top of it all. Messy, but wonderful.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • The sweet making process

Towards the end of the tour, just like with any good meal, sweet treats were on the cards. We stopped off at Sømods Bolcher, the oldest sweet shop in the city. Since 1891, the shop has been producing their traditional hard candies by hand, and we watched some of the makers in action before getting a taste of their coffee candy.

My Copenhagen food tour came to an end back at Torvehallerne, but in the best possible way – with mouthfuls of CHOCOLATE. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is a luxury chocolatier, and we had the chance to try their award-winning Sommerfugl white chocolate and vanilla caramel, as well as the Flødeboller – Grand Cru, which was a bit like a fancy Walnut Whip but with marzipan at the bottom instead of a walnut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

I had a fantastic four hours on the tour – there were only five of us, which meant it felt intimate and there was plenty of time to ask Maria loads of questions, not just about food, but about life in Copenhagen and Denmark. The samples were generous and plentiful, and there was no pressure put on to buy from any of the shops and stalls we visited.

If you’re looking for a way to taste all the culinary delights Copenhagen has to offer, and learn a bit more about the city in the process, a Copenhagen food tour is a great way to do it!

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is part of the Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, which costs £219, for two people.


Want to Try Copenhagen’s Best Food? Take a Foodie Tour!

Through the streets of the Danish capital, visitors clamour to tuck into smørrebrød (more on that later), sip on powerful schnapps, and attempt to get a table at one of the small city’s 17 Michelin starred restaurants. But Copenhagen hasn’t always been a foodie hotspot…

In fact, it wasn’t until 2003 that things really began to take off. That year, Claus Meyer and René Redzepi founded the restaurant Noma, and with it came a resurgence of Denmark’s food scene in the form of the New Nordic Food Movement. Taking classic Nordic dishes and giving them a fresh, modern twist, it put Copenhagen on the map as a culinary destination.

And me being, me (ie: always hungry), I had to get a taste of it all for myself.

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is a three and a half hour adventure that takes foodies around some of the most interesting and delicious eating (and drinking) spots in the city, with plenty of information about Copenhagen’s history and culture for good measure.

*complimentary experience in exchange for coverage*

My Copenhagen food tour came courtesy of the team at Tinggly – a gift experience company perfect for travellers. Their gift boxes allow the recipient to choose from a huge collection of experiences in over 100 countries, from walking tours and white water rafting to hot air balloon rides and cruises. And food tours, obviously.

As someone who never knows what to say when asked what I want for my birthday (“uhh…money for travel?”), a Tinggly gift box is something I’d *love* to receive as a gift (hint, hint). Prices start at £59 for the Essential Collection and Happy Birthday boxes, and experience gifts are available for one or two people.

A selection of Danish cheeses… Tasting plate from Bornholmerbutikken

Our Copenhagen food tour begins at Torvehallerne, a local food market selling groceries, fresh meat and fish, fruit and veg and a whole lot more. After meeting the tour’s guide, Maria, our first stop is one of my favourite things – a cheese sampling at Arla Unika. I’ll let you in on a secret – Danish cheese has some serious chops.

The next stop was conveniently just one stall down, transporting us across the Baltic Sea to Bornholm, a Danish island. The island has plenty to offer in terms of food and drink, including liquorice, chocolate and an AMAZING seabuckthorn jam, which I loved. Oh, and because everyone needs some hard liquor at 11am, we got to sample akvavit, a distilled spirit from Scandinavia. If I wasn’t awake by this point already, it definitely helped…

During a lovely stroll through the grounds of Copenhagen’s Botanical Gardens, Maria whipped out two jars of Danish-produced honey to try. We also got to hear about how plants are used in cuisine, as well as finding out about a majorly smelly flower that blooms in the Botanical Gardens. It’s called the Amorphophallus Titanum…otherwise known as ‘Titan’s Penis’. Which is now in my Google Search History…

Four pieces of Smørrebrød at Aaman’s Deli

Up until this point, I’d enjoyed the small tasting bites – but at Aaman’s Deli and Takeaway, we were treated to a full on spread of a Danish specialty. I’d tried Smørrebrød before, so was pretty excited when a plate of these Scandinavian open-faced sandwiches arrived in front of me.

Aaman’s was opened by Danish celeb chef Adam Aamann in 2006, with two other restaurants to follow. The Deli and Takeaway is the more relaxed of the three, offering amazing flavour combinations, all served on the traditional rye bread. My favourite was probably the potato with smoked mayo, radish, pickled onion and potato chips – but all four were delicious and inventive.

I also *loved* the Elderflower Soda I ordered with the smørrebrød lunch – light, fruity and refreshing with just the right amount of fizz.

  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen
  • Nørrebro Bryghus, Copenhagen

The tastes of Copenhagen don’t just extend to edibles – the beer choices here are pretty decent too. Nørrebro Bryghus is a 100% organic craft brewery in Copenhagen. Their focus is creating exciting, innovative beers to a high quality. No watery pints of Carlsberg in sight.

We tried three of their beers – one a white beer style, one an amber ale, and my personal favourite, a breezy and easy to drink sour called Cruise 2020. Because the brewer is obsessed with Mission Impossible, apparently. Fair enough then.

DØP Hot Dog, Copenhagen

I was actually still pretty full from my smørrebrød, but a ‘second lunch’ came in the form of a classic street food dish – the humble hot dog. But this is no ordinary frankfurter – DØP have turned the sausage-in-bun concept on its head, offering a ‘healthier’ dog, with organic ingredients. I had the tofu dog and it was delicious – a great consistency, with plenty of crispy fried onions held on with a generous squirt of mustard. And to top it all off, crunchy pickles lay at the top of it all. Messy, but wonderful.

  • Sømods Bolcher
  • The sweet making process

Towards the end of the tour, just like with any good meal, sweet treats were on the cards. We stopped off at Sømods Bolcher, the oldest sweet shop in the city. Since 1891, the shop has been producing their traditional hard candies by hand, and we watched some of the makers in action before getting a taste of their coffee candy.

My Copenhagen food tour came to an end back at Torvehallerne, but in the best possible way – with mouthfuls of CHOCOLATE. Yesss. Summerbird Chocolaterie is a luxury chocolatier, and we had the chance to try their award-winning Sommerfugl white chocolate and vanilla caramel, as well as the Flødeboller – Grand Cru, which was a bit like a fancy Walnut Whip but with marzipan at the bottom instead of a walnut.

  • Flødeboller – Grand Cru
  • Sommerfugl

I had a fantastic four hours on the tour – there were only five of us, which meant it felt intimate and there was plenty of time to ask Maria loads of questions, not just about food, but about life in Copenhagen and Denmark. The samples were generous and plentiful, and there was no pressure put on to buy from any of the shops and stalls we visited.

If you’re looking for a way to taste all the culinary delights Copenhagen has to offer, and learn a bit more about the city in the process, a Copenhagen food tour is a great way to do it!

The Copenhagen Culinary Experience is part of the Tinggly Ultimate Collection Gift Box, which costs £219, for two people.


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