Category Archives: Copenhagen

Relæ: the bullshit free zone.

(To note, Karen staged at Relæ, so take whatever we have to say with a grain of salt) Relæ is everything I want in a restaurant. It walks the line between indie rock and too cool; it’s a space where … Continue reading

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Snapshots of Geranium

So maybe it was better that I didn’t take pictures at Geranium, they would have paled in comparison to these that Trine over at verygoodfood.dk. You can read her account of Geranium here. Great insight, just from the photos. (I … Continue reading

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Geranium Restaurant

I don’t think I could have picked a better progression of stages, if I do say so myself. In de Wulf, now that I look back at it, had a very refined way of doing inherently rustic food, with an … Continue reading

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Karen’s European stages summarized

There comes a time in your life when what you’re seeing, experiencing and feeling are not all that comfortable at all.  As a reflection of these past three months of staging at In de Wulf, Kiin Kiin, Relæ and Meyers … Continue reading

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Aamanns Etablissementet

So Karen and I have been saving up pretty well so we can eat a few of the places around here. The past couple weeks, we’ve ventured out to nearby European towns to eat at places like Bastard (yes, that’s … Continue reading

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Best Copenhagen bakeries

There are bakeries everywhere, which I am happily enjoying trying anything and everything they have to offer.  We try not to get the same thing every time, but you can’t help but fall back on your favorites.  A bakery is … Continue reading

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The World’s Best Restaurant (Our Danish Christmas)

Lets all be truthful here. Of all the truffles gloriously showered over your food, green herbs plucked from the ground hours before your arrival, the most carefully raised, butchered, and cooked animals, the table-side sauces artfully presented by a hush-toned, … Continue reading

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