Four New Michelin-starred Restaurants in Copenhagen

Rasmus Kofoed, winner of the unofficial World Championship for chefs in 2011 and Head Chef at gourmet temple, Geranium, was expected to be awarded acoveted Michelin star, when the Michelin Guide hit the streets on Wednesday 14 March.

Rasmus Kofoed, winner of the unofficial World Championship for chefs in 2011 and Head Chef at gourmet temple, Geranium, was expected to be awarded acoveted Michelin star, when the Michelin Guide hit the streets on Wednesday 14 March.

When the prestigious restaurant guide, Michelin, hit the streets on Wednesday 14 March 2012 four new restaurants in Copenhagen were awarded one of the coveted Michelin stars.

Michelin Guide shows a New – More Adventurous – Style
Rasmus Kofoed, winner of Bocuse D’Or 2011, the unofficial World Championship for chefs, and Head Chef at gourmet temple, Geranium, was expected to win one of the stars.
It was more surprising that laid-back, slightly hippieish, Restaurant Relæ in eclectic neighbourhood, Nørrebro, was awarded a star alongside highly professional but low-key Grønbech & Churchill and almost suburban Den Røde Cottage.
Some Danish gastronomes find that the unexpected recipients of the stars signify a new – less stuffy – style from the Michelin Guide…

More Information about the New Michelin Restaurants
Find more information about – or book a table – at Geranium, Restaurant Relæ, Grønbech & Churchill or Den Røde Cottage.
And remember most of the Danish restaurants with Michelin star(s) are less than a ten minute pleasant bike ride from Avenue Hotel.

Photo of Rasmus Kofoed by Claes Bech-Poulsen

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