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Style / Ambiance: Noma caused something of a stir when it was voted the World’s Best Restaurant in 2010.
Back then its signature Nordic cuisine was virtually unknown among food critics and gastronomes, and it seemed highly unlikely that a Danish restaurant could receive this prestigious award. Noma, however, fully deserves its title and the restaurant was again voted Best Restaurant for 2011. Noma’s aim is to showcase the very best of Nordic food so guests can expect local delicacies such as Icelandic skyr curd and Greenland musk ox, beautifully presented by head chef René Redzepi. Everything about the restaurant is Danish, from the location in an old warehouse that once stored whale blubber to the prevalence of locally produced salts, pickles and vegetables; there are no sun-dried tomatoes or foie gras here. Noma has ambitiously and successfully pushed the limits and reinvented the concept of Nordic cuisine and is highly recommended.
Caroline Kremer, General Manager
+45 32 96 3297
Strandgade 93, 1401 Copenhagen
The second oldest amusement park in the world, Tivoli Gardens plays host to a number of rollercoasters and fun rides for adults and children, including the Rutsjebanen, one of the oldest wooden rollercoasters in existence.
There are also gardens, theaters and stages, an aquarium, restaurants and cafes for visitors to enjoy. The beautiful gardens are a particularly romantic place for a stroll, while the stages play host to a number of impressive performances. Despite being a popular destination for all tourists to the Danish capital, the Tivoli Gardens remain a great place to bring children for a family day out. A wonderful spot to experience Danish culture, Tivoli Gardens are easily accessible from the major hotels of Copenhagen.
The story behind the name of one of Copenhagen’s favorite bars is simple – 1105 is the postcode of the local area.
A simple name, and a simple philosophy; to serve amazing cocktails to Copenhageners looking for a good time. 1105 offers no attempts at pretentiousness and despite being hidden away from the street and shying away from big money advertisements, the bar is one of the most popular places in the city. This is mainly due to the quality of the cocktails; manager Hardeep Rehal is three times Danish Champion and will be participating in the World Championships later this year. Innovative, creative and extremely tasty, the drinks have wowed critics for years. If you’re looking for a truly special experience in a wonderful atmosphere, head to 1105.