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Apr 14, 2012 02:30 AM

Copenhagen next weekend


I'm lucky enough to have secured a table at Noma in Copenhagen this coming Friday and it will be a surprise for my partners birthday. We will be travelling from London and staying for the weekend.

I've also booked a table at Fiskebaren on Saturday and Aamanns on Sunday. We're going to try and visit Harry's Place for hotdogs too!

I'm also planning on visiting the food hall - Torvehallerne.

Anything else I should try as a foodie with 3 days in Copenhagen?

Thanks in advance

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  1. Lucky you! I ate there last October. Quite an experience. One word of advice: we were served about a seven-course 'amuse' menu, which we mistook for the actual menu and spent so much time savouring it that we had to skip one of the final courses - they have very strict cut off/closing times.

    You could also try Mother, an industrial-style sourdough pizza joint in Copenhagen's Kod Byen district (, and for something really different 42 Raw, a trendy, completely raw restaurant (

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    1. re: eatamsterdam

      I updated a few other Cph threads in this forum.. Please respond if the other updated threads aren't good enough. :)

    2. I ate tonight at Koefoed as I stumbled upon it by accident. It was a wonderful experience. Very small, but special menu. All food from the island of Bornholm. Beautiful presentation, and very knowledgeable staff. If you are hungry, you could try the 5 course tasting menu. In the end, it will cost about the same as my 2 starters, drinks and desert, which by the way was hepavenly. I believe the tasting menu is just under 500 dkk. The desert I had was the elderflower. Appetizers were herring and Jerusalem artichoke soup. But those ingredients can not describe the dishes. Much more than that. P.S. if you like beer, try any they have, as they are very good, and either come from Bornholm, and there is one they make themselves.