Smørrebrød, Bacon, Hyper-local gastronomy, and everything in between

Denmark: A Nordic Foodie Paradise

Punching well above its weight for a country of under six million inhabitants, Denmark is a culinary destination known world-wide. The country is home to the New Nordic movement, which prizes seasonality and respect for local, high-quality ingredients, so it’s no surprise Denmark boasts 31 Michelin Stars and 26 star-studded restaurants to choose from. And thankfully, this philosophy extends to the vibrant street food scene where you can try foods of all sorts without breaking the bank. Denmark is truly a foodie’s paradise.

Noma 2018 - Photo Credit Jason Loucas

noma 2.0

noma's back! The iconic restaurant that birthed the New Nordic movement has reopened to take the concept even further.

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Danish Beer and Molecular Gastronomy

Did you know that Danish beer laid the groundwork for molecular gastronomy... over 100 years ago? Find out how in this short film by Carlsberg about the founder of the movement, Herve This.