Copenhagen has not less than 13 Michelin-starred restaurants! That puts them on the map as the food capital of Scandinavia. But even without Michelin-stars you can find a great variety of other fine restaurants with remarkable and delicious food all over the city. Let us tip you about some restaurants.
The Nordic Kitchen
In 2010 the restaurant Noma - that serves a modern reinvented form of Nordic cuisine - was appointed the
best restaurant in the world by the British Restaurant Magazine, where more than 800 restaurant critics,
journalists and food experts voted for the 50 best restaurants around the world. As the Copenhagen restaurants
have earned as many as 13 stars (more than Rome or Madrid) in the Michelin Guide of 2010 , there is no doubt
that the city has become one of Europe's leading gastronomic capitals.
Michelin's Choice Michelin Guide counts 13 starred restaurants with a total of 15 stars in Copenhagen. In the harbour of Christianshavn you will taste seafood and Danish gourmet at Noma (two stars) at Strandgade 93, Italian food in EraOra and in the cellar of Kong Hans Kælder, not far from Østergade, you will be able to taste exquisite French and Danish cuisine.
In 2013 Geranium was rewarded its 2nd star and new-commers are Den Røde Cottage, Grønbech And Churchill, Kadeu. Other Michelin-starred restaurants are Aarød & Co., Kokkeriet, Formel B, Kiin Kiin, Relæ and Søllerød Kro.
Some of the Bib Gourmand (Guide Michelin's award to restaurants that serve good food at reasonable prices and offer fixed price menus) restaurants are Famo, Frederiks Have, Kanalen, Kødbyens Fiskebar, L'Altro, Le Sommelier and Rebel.