Savor Copenhagen’s Golden Culinary Moment

Denmark is enjoying a culinary golden moment, with The New Nordic Cuisine made famous throughout the world by Noma, voted the world’s best restaurant for the second year in a row, and Rasmus Kofoed, winner of Bocuse d’Or 2011, the unofficial world championship for chefs.
In February, the winter edition of the foodies’ favourite festival, Copenhagen Cooking, invites you to feast on the very best of Copenhagen’s cuisine and the season’s bounty.
It is difficult to choose between the many events at Copenhagen Cooking but we are sure your palate will purr from pleasure if you indulge in lumpfish roe a.k.a. the caviar of the North, Nikolaos Strangas’ scrumptious desserts or Denmark’s gastronomic gold, ‘Smørrebrød’.

Your taste buds will purr from pleasure when you indulge in lumpfish roe a.k.a. the caviar of the North.

Your taste buds will purr from pleasure when you indulge in lumpfish roe a.k.a. the caviar of the North.

Roe Rally around Copenhagen and more
Grab one of our rental bikes and take an afternoon’s tour to four fantastic restaurants, each serving their delicious signature interpretation of lumpfish roe – and of course an equally delicious tipple.
Remember to check out the other events involving this savory early spring delicacy.

Event: Roe Rally
When: Saturdays 11, 18 and 25 February at 2.00 pm
Where: Herrernes Magasin, Nørregade 20, Copenhagen K, is the starting point for the roe rally
Price: DKK 350, book your ticket – and see the roe other events – at Madbillet.dk

Nikolaos Strangas, the unofficial king of cakes and desserts in Copenhagen, invites you to enjoy a four-course dessert menu designed especially for Copenhagen Cooking - The Winter Edition.

Nikolaos Strangas, the unofficial king of cakes and desserts in Copenhagen, invites you to enjoy a four-course dessert menu designed especially for Copenhagen Cooking - The Winter Edition.

Intimate Dessert Dinner with Copenhagen’s Dessert King
Nikolaos Strangas, the unofficial king of cakes and desserts in Copenhagen, invites you for an intimate gathering round the work table in his kitchen to enjoy a four-course dessert menu designed especially for this one-off event.

Event: Four-course Dessert Menu by Nikolaos Strangas
When: Thursday 16 February at 7.30 pm
Where: Nikolaos Strangas Cakeaway, Åboulevard 7 (a leisurely five minute walk from Avenue Hotel)
Price: DKK 695 per person (including dessert wine menu), book your place at ns@strangas.dk

Our friends at Restaurant Kronborg will challenge and please your palate as they serve a five course menu inspired by traditional Danish ‘smørrebrød’.

Our friends at Restaurant Kronborg will challenge and please your palate as they serve a five course menu inspired by traditional Danish ‘smørrebrød’.

‘Smørrebrød’, The Gastronomic Gold of Denmark
‘Smørrebrød’, better known to the world outside Denmark as open-faced sandwiches, is considered Denmark’s gastronomic gold by many locals and visitors alike.
Restaurant Kronborg will challenge and please your palate as they serve a five course menu inspired by traditional Danish ‘smørrebrød’. The menu will consist of herring, fish, meat, cheese and something for your sweet tooth and be accompanied by choice gourmet beers or wines.

Event: Traditional ‘Smørrebrød’ with a Twist – and Choice Beers or Wines
When: Friday 3 and Saturday 4 February at 6.30 pm
Where: Restaurant Kronborg, Brolæggerstræde 12, Copenhagen K
Price: DKK 395 per person (including beer or wine menu), book your place at Restaurantkronborg.dk

Peruse the entire programme at Copenhagen Cooking – The Winter Edition
Copenhagen Cooking is part of Wondercool Copenhagen
And remember: the perfect base from which to enjoy Copenhagen Cooking is Avenue Hotel

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