Copenhagen is the gastro capital of Scandinavia, filled to the brim with options. And right now you’ll find the two very best restaurants in the world, Noma (no 1) and Geranium (no 2), according to the S. Pellegrino guide,, right here in our city.
But it is not all about expensive Michelin restaurants – Follow Cph:cool on a culinary road trip through the center of Copenhagen. On the way we will tell you about Danish food and beer culture, eating habits and gastro trends in Copenhagen – and most importantly invite you to taste a range of local products from beer to chocolate, from old school to innovative. Yummy …
We offer different routes and food visits – one example could be:
We will start our guided food tour in the middle of the historic city center at Højbro Plads, where hard working farmers and fishermen have been selling their products for centuries. Our first stop is for a taste of different Danish beer, all from local micro breweries, served at the canal. Later we will visit the chocolate parlour Summerbird, the producer of the finest white-chocolate-liqurice “flødeboller” you can imagine. After a stop at a local candy factory (still using 100 year old recipes) we will drop by for an organic hotdog and end the tour at the humming food market Torvehallerne, a must-stop for all foodies. Here we will have a look at the variety of local delicacies, while treating you with a selected seasonal option.
The tour takes app. 2,5 hours.
The price is 2800 DKK for groups between 1-7 persons. For more people the price is 370 DKK per guest.
Photos: credits to visitcopenhagen.dk