Copenhagen Day:1!

Copenhagen Day:1!

This is the first of a series of posts from our recent trip to Copenhagen. We stayed at STAY Copenhagen , which turned out to be a good as we hoped! Our loft was huge and the interior design certainly justifies Hay’s decision to get involved in the project; it’s definitely a great promotion for their stylish furniture.

 For lunch we went to Kadeau , which recently received its first Michelin star. The dining room’s design is modern and warm, the atmosphere is relaxed and the New Nordic Cuisine menu is quite interesting. As we had also booked a dinner for the same day, we only had the 4 courses menu which we thoroughly enjoyed, with our favourites being the monkfish, the pork neck, the Jerusalem artichoke desert and the sweet stones.

   For dinner we had booked Relae, a neighborhood restaurant owned and run by several ex-Noma members. It was named the best new restaurant when it opened in 2011 , it has 1 Michelin star and was no 75 in the World’s Best Restaurants list in 2012; obviously it’s one of the most popular restaurants in CPH. The setting is very informal (I loved the fact that you get your cutlery yourself from the table’s drawer) and the menu is changing daily and is quite creative. They are also very proud of their wine list which focuses on organic wines. However, I’ve never had an organic wine that actually tastes as good as a non-organic one and today was not an exception. The potato puree and the milk desert were my favourite dishes of the evening.


I was wearing:
BDG,  Urban Outfitters, denim shirt
H&M leggings
Zara beanie
Kadeau restaurant!
Leek, shrimps, sorrel, fermented pea juice
Blue mussels, Swedish turnip, potato, whitefish roe, egg yolk
Monkfish, cabbage, green strawberries, burned butter, whey
Pork neck, beetroot, marrow, black currants
Jerusalem artichoke and chamomile, buttermilk, browned butter, hazel
Relae restaurant!
Lumpfish row, daikon, almonds
Potato puree, dried citrus
Pork and Jerusalem artichoke
Milk, kelp, caramel
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