Until a few years ago, Danish food was essentially associated with potatoes and bacon, and Danish cuisine was completely unknown outside the country. Not anymore. Over the last decade, the New Nordic Cuisine has revolutionised Danish gastronomy and created an entirely new focus on local ingredients. It has meant a renaissance of classic Danish dishes, which are currently available in modern versions at several of Copenhagen's best restaurants.
Type of excursion:
2-hour excursions, 4-hour excursions
Number of people:
Even so, many Danes still love to eat very traditional foods like porridge, open sandwiches and the classic roast pork with parsley sauce – of course served with a glass of good Danish beer. Copenhagen is very popular among gourmets. Some tourists come to Copenhagen for just one day to dine at the best restaurant in the world Noma, standing on the waiting list for a single month.
You can choose between two options – 2 hours food tour and 4 hours food tour
2h Food tour
This is a fun “High Lights” tour centered mainly around the new market halls “Torvehallerne”. The tasting will provide you with a good sample of new Dan-ish food and our stories will give you an overview of the recent meteoric rise of Nordic cuisine. The tour is available only on request as a private tour.
Testing: bottle of water, 3 samples of organic cheeses, a small glass of apple wine, a “Bornholmer” plate (samples of mustard, crackers, juice and various candies), a sample of local smoked ham or beef (according to supply), 1 glass of craft beer or juice, 2 different types of bonbons, 1 small porridge from Grød, Chocolate treats (flødebolle), Samples of seasonal spices and herbs.
4h Food tour
We walk through the oldest parts of Copenhagen, the new Market Halls and we visit some of the most trendy eating places in town while listening to stories about the history and daily life of the city. The walking distance is 4 km at a very leisurely pace and we sit down several times.
Testing: bottle of water, 3 samples of organic cheeses, a small glass of apple wine, a “Bornholmer” plate (samples of mustard, crackers, juice and various candies), 4 types of open faced sandwiches and choice of beverage, 3 tap beers of 10 cl each snd small snacks, an organic hotdog, bonbons, chocolate treats (flødebolle).