Copenhagen, Denmark

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The Best Food Places in Copenhagen…

I already have a blog post on my visit to Copenhagen last May (read here) but I recently had to re-visit for a couple of days for work and tried some amazing restaurants of which I wanted to share with you all…

(1) Kiin Kiin Bao Bao

Voted as the best restaurant in Copenhagen this Asian tapas restaurant is famous for its baos. With a variety including crispy chicken, braised pork, fried shrimp and spicy duck.

The restaurant is perfectly located right at the heart of Copenhagen and only minutes away from the centre train station. With its chic gold interior design and cutlery it’s enough to make you want to Instagram it!

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Other items on the menu include pork crackling with eggplant relish, 62 degrees egg with xo sauce and dried shrimp, grilled squid with oyster sauce basil and egg yolk, crispy crab with yellow curry accompanied with jasmine rice.

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Desserts include Korean snow ice cream and a beautiful salted caramel coconut ice cream.

A little on the higher end of the price scale but very good value for what you pay for and be sure to book in advance!

And if you’re still hungry…

(2) Nicecream

Only a 10 minute walk from Kiin Kiin Bao Bao, this little dessert cafe is fresh and fun!

The acai bowls are a must order, however they also do cookie ice creams and coconut and pineapple lollies. (Expect to pay Scandinavian prices with the acai bowl costing around £8) Wanna learn how to make your own acai bowls? Click here.

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(3) The Olive Kitchen & Bar

Rated as number 4 out of 1,950 restaurants in Copenhagen, this small family owned restaurant is so worth the rating.

Copenhagen are famous for its pork so I had to order the honey and mustard pork tenderloin. This was served with apple mash potatoes and steamed traditional vegetables and boy was I not disappointed.

The service was 5*, food came super quick, pretty interior design, good location and yummy food for affordable prices- not a bad thing to say and highly recommend if you’re in Copenhagen.

I hope this blog post helps you with your travel planning in Copenhagen!

Let me know you have any other questions…

K xo

 

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