Lifestyle Bible Monocle Finds the Nordic Soul in Frederiksberg
“Frederiksberg is a lot more vibrant now,” entrepreneur and foodie Claus Meyer says about his (and Avenue Hotel’s) local neigbourhood in the October edition of the lifestyle magazine Monocle.
From Conservative to Vibrant
Claus Meyer co-founded the acclaimed restaurant Noma, and is one of the leading lights of the New Nordic Food Movement. He has been living in the fashionable neighbourhood Frederiksberg in Copenhagen for 22 years, and has seen it change from a very conservative area to a vibrant area with lots of coffee shops, restaurants and bakeries, writes Monocle.
Claus Meyer’s Favourite Food Haunts
Claus Meyer takes Monocle’s readers for a guided tour of his favourite foodie spots in Frederiksberg in the October edition of the lifestyle bible. Among the places on the entrepreneur’s personal short list are his own deli, the Rein. van Hauen artisanal bakery, the cheese shop Helges Ost and the all-organic grocers Egefeld.
All of Claus Meyer’s favourite haunts are less than a ten minutes bike ride from Avenue Hotel.
Find More Information
To find more information about the New Nordic Food Movement and Meyers Deli visit Claus Meyer.dk.
To read more about the Nordic Soul in Frederiksberg take a sneak peak at the October edtion of Monocle or read the magazine in the lounge at Avenue Hotel.
Photo: Wonderful Copenhagen/Nicolai Perjesi