Afternoon tea in the most lovely of rose gardens – a different summer experience

Explore the lovely park and castle of Bernstorff Slot, go back in time in the small and cosy rose garden of Danish Queen Louise, and …

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Are you in for an Ugly Duck beer and a great Italian stone oven pizza?

Are you looking for an international, laid back but cosy loft atmosphere – then all you need to do is visit the newly open second …

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Discover the top gastronomic markets in Denmark

No matter where you are in Denmark, you are likely to be close to a food market. The past decade has seen the opening of …

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Time to EAT OUT – try one of the great organic restaurants

As Danes consume more organic and locally produced food at home they also want to do so when they go out. So this spring – …

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Where to eat out – when you are on the move around Denmark?

As an expat on the move, exploring the unknown sites of your new home country, hunger sometimes comes suddenly. Maybe you got up early and …

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New ONE star Michelin restaurant – review of Noma’s little brother “108”

At restaurant 108 the mood is easy, relaxed and playful. It is not your typical family style meal, but you wouldn’t expect that from the …

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Still no star on Funen – Great disappointment here that the 2017 Michelin Nordic Guide did not award one to this region

The region of Funen had hoped to gain a star, but none was in sight at the presentation today in Stockholm of the 2017 Michelin …

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Prepare an Empty Belly For Dining Week 2017

As the seventh week of a daunting Scandinavian winter approaches, the wind is strong, the air is cold and the nights begin early. It’s easy …

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Raise your spirits with an evening in one of Copenhagen’s best cocktail bars

As the evenings grow longer and temperatures fall, it’s the perfect time to cosy up and enjoy an expertly mixed drink with friends. Here is …

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What to do on a rainy Sunday? – A cosy Danish KRO meal makes you pass the day!

Danish INNs, KRO, have existed since the 12th century. They are striving to survive and re-invent themselves.  Their history can be traced back to 1198 …

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