Afternoon Tea in Copenhagen

Across from Vesterport Station, around the corner from Tivoli Gardens, is the loveliest spot for a formal afternoon tea in the city. Inside of the …

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Copenhagen’s Cosiest Wine Bars

As the evenings become longer, it’s nice to catch up with friends in a cosy bar over a glass of good wine and some delicious …

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TRIBECA / BEER & PIZZA LAB celebrates two years in Copenhagen.

Are you looking for something different to Christmas food? Then try out this great pizza and beer lab located in unique buildings. The article continues …

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Visit the holy pub of Sankt Peder

One of the most original Danish lunch places in the Copenhagen area, here you can enjoy great food surrounded by locals. The article continues below. …

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Good BBQ in Denmark can be hard to find. Find here our tip.

As a southerner, from the States, barbecue is a favourite of mine. In our hunt for good barbecue a few years ago when we moved …

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THE national dish; Stegt Flæsk – Roast Pork Slices with parsley sauce

Danes have many national dishes, however, five years ago, in a national competition, stegt flæsk, was voted THE national dish. Find here the winning recipe …

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It is really simple to make your own SMØRREBRØD

A really easy to make lunch (or even dinner) – you might be tempted to invite guests for a traditional Danish meal?  Find here our …

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What to do on a rainy Sunday? Have a meal at a Danish kro

Danish Inns, the kro, have existed since the 12th century, when Bromølle Kro became the first one in 1198. They are striving to survive and …

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In Search of the Best Brunch Spots

There are plenty of places to enjoy the most relaxed, sociable meal of the week, both in the Danish capital and further afield. Here is …

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The King of bread – Rugbrød

To foreigners perhaps the strangest Danish bread is the rugbrød – rye bread. The dark, compact, whole grain brick that takes some time to chew …

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