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In English | 18/08/14

Guide: Best Gourmet restaurants in Copenhagen



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Check out this brief guide to five of the top restaurants in Copenhagen.

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Noma, Strandgade 93, 1401 København K

Noma has become internationally renowned on the same level as Hans Christian Andersen and the Little Mermaid. The restaurant has been voted the world’s best three years in a row and you’ll have to wait months to get a table.

Foto: Malte Kristiansen

Geranium, Per Henrik Lings Allé 4, 2100 København Ø

You get the impression that since Rasmus Kofoed decided to open a restaurant, he only had one thing on his mind: to become the world’s best. He’s well on his way, his latest achievement being a Michelin star number two.

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Kadeau, Wildersgade 10, 1408 København K

On their way from Bornholm to the capital city the merry boys from Kadeau have charmed the city’s golden boys of gastronomy and, last but not least, their daily customers by serving Bornholm on a plate.

Foto: Martin Sylvest Andersen

Clou, Borgergade 16, 1300 København K

The twin brothers Berntsen cooked under the culinary radar in Denmark for a few years. Those days are certainly over with the grand opening of Clou in Borgergade, which has received some well-earned attention.

Foto: Claus Bech

Mielcke & Hurtigkarl, Frederiksberg Runddel 1, 2000 Frederiksberg

It has become a running gag among people in the business that the Michelin Guide has a persistent blind spot when it comes to Jakob Mielcke. The restaurant in Frederiksberg Have belongs among the big boys and no Frenchman is going to change that.