We just came back from a nice dinner at Miga, which is a Korean/Japanese restaurant in Copenhagen. Korean food can be really spicy, but we stayed on the safe side and the spiciest thing on our table was the kimchi,
Trine was in town this weekend, so Friday night, we went for dinner at Sticks 'n' Sushi at Tivoli Hotel. We only waited 30 minutes before we got a table, which was almost a shame, because their bar was really
Convincing your friends to join you for dinner might not sound too hard, but then try mentioning that the restaurant you have in mind only serves porridge. Suddenly the enthusiasm vanishes and only the most hardcore foodies are still standing.
Copenhagen: Royal Smushi - Bite-sized Danish smørrebrød
In Dubai, I have a Danish friend, Joachim. His girlfriend Shinae lives in Korea, but last month, she had a couple of days in Copenhagen on her own so Joachim suggested that we met. I thought it was a great
December is here and in Denmark, this means Julefrokost season! Julefrokost, Christmas lunch, is a Danish Christmas party, which usually starts at noon and goes on until last man standing. We eat different kinds of traditional Danish Christmas food and
Andersen Bakery is something as unusual as a Japanese bakery chain specializing in Danish pastry. Previously, I’ve only seen Andersen branches in Tokyo, so I was quite surprised to find the bakery in the middle of Copenhagen. The logo is
The last couple of months, I’ve been in Denmark, while Poul has been flying all over the world, so we haven’t seen much of each other lately. Though last week, Poul had a layover in Copenhagen, and we could finally
I hadn’t seen Tina since our trip to New York in December, so I was starting to miss her dry sense of humor and her sarcastic remarks. When she announced her arrival in Copenhagen yesterday, of course we had to
Møller Kaffe & Køkken is a popular all-day breakfast restaurant on Nørrebrogade, and I’m an all-day breakfast person, so Kaffe & Køkken and I were of course meant to be.
For nostalgic reasons, I had øllebrød, which is a traditional porridge