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Foodie Copenhagen: Touring the Gourmet Capital

 

Aamans open-faced sandwiches by Jessica Benavides Canepa

Open-faced sandwiches at Aamans

VIATOR: In recent years, Scandinavian cuisine (due in large to Denmark’s celebrated Michelin-starred restaurants) has risen in popularity. Therefore, I was more than a little excited to spend a day sampling some of Copenhagen’s famous culinary delights. To my surprise, I ended up with a special bonus; a fascinating cultural exploration of how this city has evolved through its food. Foodie Copenhagen is alive and well and ready to tempt your taste buds.

I met up with my guide, Maria, plus two other participants in front of the Torvehallerne Market to start our Copenhagen food tour. Although this location has served as a market area since the 19th century, it has only recently become the favorite haunts for top chefs seeking fresh quality ingredients. Ultra-modern and minimalist on the outside, the interior entices all of the senses with its colorful display of produce, vegetables, cheese, sweets, meats and rows of artisan condiments...(Full Article)

 

SUMMARY:

Touring the Danish capital’s gourmet delights one delectable morsel at a time.

Other foodie/Copenhagen articles:

Valencia: The essence of Spanish flavor

Florence: Gourmet Dining and Foodie Delights

Published at Viator on September 26th 2013

Photo Source(s): Jessica Benavides Canepa

Author: Jessica Benavides Canepa

Jessica is a freelance journalist focusing on international travel, fashion, luxury, eco culture & women's issues. She has lived and/or traveled to 50+ cities around the globe. Published work has appeared at BBC Travel, Jetsetter, Nat Geo, CNN travel, Viator, Societe Perrier and Hemisperes.

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