Join foodie-blogger Anders Husa at this exclusive long weekend. The destination of choice for his first foodie trip is Copenhagen – the capital of Denmark and the New Nordic cuisine. Husa has booked three amazing restaurants where we will dine together: Surprise meal at new restaurant. Lunch at Geranium in the Inspiration Kitchen Dinner at Restaurant Barr (Noma’s little brother)
NOK 15.990,- (roughly $1910, €1620, £1430)
- 3 mandatory restaurants (food only, drinks are optional and decided on later)
- 3 nights at Babette Guldsmeden hotel
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Dinner – Restaurant Barr
We arrive in the afternoon, check into hotel Babette Guldsmeden, and meet up for our first dinner at restaurant Barr – the latest addition to the restaurant portfolio of René Redzepi and Noma. This is a casual restaurant that serves rustic, hearty food from Northern Europe with a focus on beer pairings. The four-course tasting menu is included, while drinks are ordered individually. After dinner, those who feel like it can continue the night in the bar of Barr.
Breakfast – Mirabelle (optional)
Ice Cream Tasting & Crash Course – Østerberg Ice Cream (optional)
Lunch – Geranium Inspiration Kitchen
Wine Bar – Barabba (optional)
On Friday, the early birds start the day with a croissant or sandwich at the sourdough bakery of chef Christian Puglisi – Mirabelle. At 10 o’clock, I have booked an ice cream tasting and crash course with Cathrine Østerberg, the founder of Copenhagen’s best ice cream shop – Østerberg Ice Cream. This class is not included in the package, but will be booked later on as an optional add-on. Around noon, we all meet up at Geranium, which is one of only two three-Michelin-starred restaurants in the Nordics, for a spectacular lunch in their Inspiration Kitchen. The full Universe Menu is included. Wine or juice pairings are up to each individual to decide. Those who manage to rebuild an appetite for the evening can join me at the brand new wine bar Barabba for a casual dinner or a glass of wine.
Saturday morning starts at the corner of restaurant 108 for those who feel like it. Another sister restaurant of Noma, which has an excellent little coffee and wine bar at the corner where you can order delicious pastries with glazings of blueberry, rose hips, or beef garum (yes, savory!). The coffee is delivered from Oslo’s world star barista, Tim Wendelboe. Whether you take part in that or not, we all meet at a brand new restaurant. Bookings for February to April sold out within hours the first day, so we are extremely lucky to have secured this one. The full tasting menu is included. Once again, wine or juice pairings (or by the glass for that matter) are optional. After dinner, we can chill with a glass of wine at my favorite wine bar in town – Ved Stranden 10. In the evening, I am excited to bring those who crave some tacos and other Mexican specialties to Rosio Sanchez’ new space – restaurant Sanchez – which recently opened.
Sunday is the day of departure and with a simple and completely optional schedule. Taste the crazy-good almond croissants with me at Democratic Coffee. Then, after checking out from the hotel, those interested will meet up for lunch at Slurp Ramen Joint (if they can fit us all in there). Afterall, there is nothing more trendy than Japanese noodle soup right now! We wave a sad goodbye to Copenhagen and head to Kastrup airport.