Eating

The Nordic Countries gastronomic capital Copenhagen offers food lovers extensive list of restaurants to visit. 16 restaurants in Denmark received Michelin stars in 2016 so you will have restaurants to choose from for many trips to come.

Do not worry if your budget can’t take you to all these upscale restaurants, this new Nordic cuisine’s birthplace have lot of unique flavours to offer for more reasonable price as well.

You can try out the new street food market at the Papirøen along one of the canals in the city or you can get on the top floor at the Tivoli Hotel and enjoy sushi or try out their Mash Penthouse steak while looking over the city. Kødbyen the so called meat district has been turned into a new “in” area of the city with numerous restaurants serving everything from pizza to burgers to fish&chips. But you can also choose the fish restaurants, Spanish/French restaurant or if you prefer totally ecological food here is one of the restaurants that serves only ecological dishes.

The market hall’s in the city at the Nørreport district have plenty to see, taste, shop and enjoy while your visit. You can eat and drink at many of the market hall’s cafés and food stands, you can buy kitchen equipment’s, flowers, wines and anything that has something to do with culinary pleasures and if you wish to take some Danish delicacies home with you, here you can most likely find them.