Denmark: Copenhagen

For our visit to Copenhagen we did an extent research about the city, specially on the food topic.

This list of places have been put together thanks to the collaboration of multiple friends ( thanks!!! ) enjoy it. Elise & Jose

Food:

Restaurants:

- Geranium2

    • Why: because we need to understand why Chef Rasmus Kofoed  won the Bocuse d’Or last year – January 2011
    • Where:
      • PER HENRIK LINGS ALLÃ 4 2100
      • COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

Geranium 2 - Copenhangen, Denmark-9947

- Radio:

    • Why: new Claus Meyer Restaurant, recommended by Monocle
    • Where:
      • Julius Thomsens Gade 12
      • DK-1632 København V.

Radio - Copenhagen-16.jpg

- NOMA:

    • Why: do we need to explain why?.
    • Where:
      • Or where it is?

NOMA - Copenhagen

- Manfreds:

    • Why: because it is the new restaurant from the Relae team: Christian Puglisi and Kim Rossen,  former sous chef and waiter from Noma. I hear they have one of the best brunch in town.
    • Where:
      • JæGERSBORGGADE 412200
      • COPENHAGEN, DENMARK3696 6609
      • http://manfreds.dk/

Manfred's - Copenhagen, Denmark-0279

- Geist:

    • Why: because it is new restaurant from Bo Bech, who left his original restaurant Paustian and bakery. And most important it opens Sunday, when most of the city is closed.
    • Where:
      • KONGENS NYTORV 81050
      • COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
      • http://manfreds.dk/

- Herman:

- Relae:

    • Why: because it is probably the best restaurant for the money, as most of them from Noma alumnus
    • Where:
      • JæGERSBORGGADE 412200
      • COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

Manfred's - Copenhagen, Denmark-0320

 

Other restaurants worth mentioning Kiin Kiin – Thai in Copenhagen, Søllerød Kro, a historic coaching inn to the north of Copenhagen in Holte, with chef Jakob de Neergaard,Henne Kirkeby Kro and  Fiskebar the Eleven Madison Park of Fish.

Food Market:

- “Torvehallerne”

    • Why: (Recommended by Jakob Koch Nielsen ) Food market that just opened, on weekends you find farmers from different parts of Denmark, foragers and several other interesting things.
    • Where:near Nørreport train station.

Torvehallerne Market - Copenhangen, Denmark-9806

Snacks/Coffe Shops:

- Aamanns Etabilssementet

    • Why: cheap restaurant home of the smørrebrød ( half sandwich )
    • Where: Øster Farimagsgade 10,  aamanns.dk. or

- Dop Organic Hot Dog.

    • Why: favorite spot for the locals. Den Økologiske Pølsemand (the organic hotdog man), or Døp for short, serves grilled pork and beef sausages with buns made from slow-fermented sourdough bread and linseed.
    • Where: 

- Meyer’s Deli:

    • Why: Nordic deli for quick bites
    • Where: Gammel Kongevej 107, 1850 Frederiksberg. Denmark

- The Coffee Collective

    • Why: on of the best baristas in Copenhagen, inside the market.
    • Where: see Torvehallerne market

Torvehallerne Market - Copenhangen, Denmark-9820

- Estate Coffe

    • Why: great coffee,  the menu offers various exciting based drinks and concoctions of Valrhona chocolate and espresso – based on our espresso blends 4-Estates and Tres Flores.
    • Where: Gammel Kongevej 1, DK-1610 Copenhagen V

- Risteriet

    • Why: tiny coffeebar/shop that roasts their own beans and have small shop. Best in downtown.
    • Where: Studiestraede 36, Copenhagen 1455, Denmark

- La Glace

    • Why: the oldest and probably best confectionary in Denmark. Founded in the middle of old Copenhagen.
    • Where: Skoubogade 3 – 1158 København – Tlf.: 33 14 46 46

- Granola

  • Why: nice 1930 recreation coffee shop
  • Where: Værnedamsvej 5  1819 Frederiksberg, Denmark

Bars/Drinks:

- Ruby

- 1105

- The Union

- Karriere

  • Why: cheap restaurant home of the smørrebrød ( half sandwich )
  • Where: Øster Farimagsgade 10,  aamanns.dk. or
  • Linda

    Have you guys already been on your trip? I went in May, & hit several of the places on your list (Geranium, Relae, noma, Radio, Ruby, DOP). I would also highly recommend Schonnemann for Danish lunch of open-faced sandwiches. Every single restaurant that dined at & spoke to staff, they all recommended it or lit up when we mentioned it. I was sad that we didn’t have time to hit more places & loved it in Copenhagen. Unfortunately, I don’t blog, but I do post all of my pics on flickr, so you’re welcome to look & if you have questions about any place in particular, feel free to ask me. http://www.flickr.com/photos/18562915@N02/collections/72157629858732866/

  • Linda

    Aw, never mind…I stumbled across writeups of 2 of your days in Copenhagen. And I also found that if I clicked on pics above, it took me to Jose’s flickr account, so it looks like you guys were there in January.

  • amy

    Thank you guys so much for curating this list. I just got to Copenhagen, and it’s going to guide me through my eating! Also, just accidently stumbled into Manfreds (found out what it really was through your site) and it was such a great lunch!

    • http://www.spanishhipster.com/ jmoranmoya

      Thanks Amy, glad you liked Manfreds, it is one our favorite brunch spots there.

    • http://eliseporter.com Elise

      Amy, what other places did you check out in Copenhagen?? I love that city! If only it was more affordable I would move there!

      E