Archive for July, 2012
Friday, July 13th, 2012
“There are no longer any rules or norms,” say Lo Østergaard and Rud Christiansen. The dynamic duo combines Danish gastronomy with Danish design from the classic to the quirky at The Royal Cafés and in their coffee table/cookbook, Royal Smushi.
“Our philosophy is to combine gastronomic experiences with Scandinavian design classics from the baroque era to the present day,” say entrepreneurs Lo Østergaard and Rud Christiansen, as they present their coffee table/cookbook, Royal Smushi.
The enterprising couple are conquering the world with their fabulous designer cafés, Royal Café, opening outlets in Copenhagen, Tokyo and Beijing.
They have joined forces with Danish-born, Asian-trained chef, Frederik Jensen, focusing on Danish cuisine with their ‘smushi’, contracting the Danish ‘smørrebrød’ (the famous Danish open-faced sandwiches on dark rye bread), and the Japanese delicacy, sushi. In Royal Smushi the trio presents the fabulous interiors of the cafés alongside hands-on recipes for the most beautiful, and yummy, smushi.
More Information about Royal Smushi
Find more information about (or buy!) the coffee table/cookbook (it’s in Danish as well as English), Royal Smushi, or sample the delicacies at The Royal Café before you decide whether or not to venture into the kitchen yourself.
And remember, the Copenhagen branch of The Royal Café is a leisurely ten minute bike ride from Avenue Hotel.
Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
Danish magazine COPENHAGEN FOOD keeps you updated about food, trend-setters, travel and other enjoyable things. Enjoy the summer issue in the comfy loungers on the charming patio at Avenue Hotel.
COPENHAGEN FOOD, the Danish food lovers’ favourite magazine, celebrates the season’s specialties in their July/August issue.
Join Gorm Wisweh, celebrated TV chef and owner of our favourite pizzeria, Magstræde 16, as he hunts down the best store-bought version of the cherished Danish summer dessert, cold buttermilk soup (it may sound yucky but to Danes it tastes of childhood and summer), and reveals his secrets on how to cook the perfect gourmet meal over an open fire .
Further to this COPENHAGEN FOOD guides you to the best eateries in Copenhagen Airport (very useful for the holiday season), the most interesting wine bars in Copenhagen, where to find the best of the Danish summer crop, and much more…
More about the July/August issue of COPENHAGEN FOOD
Pick up a copy of COPENHAGEN FOOD at your newsagent’s, subscribe and get special offers, and remember to join the community at their Facebook-page.
Or browse the July/August issue of COPENHAGEN FOOD in the comfy loungers on the charming patio at Avenue Hotel.
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