Taste of Copenhagen
Collected by Ann Shields , AFAR Staff
Sankt Peders Stræde 24A, 1453 København, Denmark
Noma, consistently ranked as one of the world’s best restaurants, closed in 2016, but its impact on dining in Copenhagen has been profound. Many chefs who worked there have since launched their own restaurants, including two who opened Bror....
Værnedamsvej 5, 1819 Frederiksberg, Denmark
Nybrogade 10, 1203 København, Denmark
Copenhagen is one of the world’s most sophisticated cocktail cities, with bartenders in Tokyo and New York keeping a close eye on what is shaking and stirring here. Ruby, one of the city’s more elegant bars, focuses on classic cocktails. To find...
Øster Farimagsgade 10, 2100 København, Denmark
A visit to Denmark must include trying the country's famous, impossible-to-pronounce open-faced sandwich, smørrebrød (I'm fairly certain that only native Danish speakers can pronounce it properly -"SMUHR-bruth"). Smørrebrød translates to "buttered...
Kronprinsensgade 5, 1114 København, Denmark
This tiny tea store opened in 1835 and everyone should pop in, if only to appreciate the wonderful aromas. Then, go down the side alley, through the door, and up the stairs to the pretty tearoom for an afternoon scone or a slice of cake.
Frederiksborggade 21, 1362 København, Denmark
Foodies, rejoice. Torvehallerne is a one-stop shop for several meals, snacks, and gourmet groceries or gastronomical gifts. It's an airy, light-filled building with all kinds of purveyors, from fantastic coffee shops, chefs cooking fresh pasta and...
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