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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)



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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