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Denmark still part of the Gastro Elite

The world’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015 have been announced in London!

Good news – Denmark is still a culinary hotspot. The 15 Danish restaurants have 18 Michelin stars altogether. Three restaurants have two Michelin stars, and the world famous Noma has now been in the Top 3 four times in six years.

This year Noma received a third place, and Copenhagen’s “Relæ” is now number 45. On a bigger scale, Geranium was given the 51st place on the Top 100, with Amass following on the 66th place.

We’re not surprised that one in three tourists mention “Food” as one of the main reasons to visit Denmark!

Curious to know what the fuss is about? Let us show your group the organic nr. 45, Relæ, which is all about the New Nordic cuisine. Head chef Puglisi previously worked at El Bulli and Noma, guaranteeing a world-class gastro experience in the cosy and hip Nørrebro neighbourhood in Copenhagen.

Looking for the upcoming restaurants? We always have our eyes on the next big thing…

Get in touch with Ebbe Kiær on +45 33 45 45 11 or send him an e-mail on to find out how we can arrange your group’s unforgettable experience of the Gastro Elite.

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Visit Torvehallerne – The colorful food mekka of Copenhagen

This unique gastro market square offers everything from Danish fish cakes with remoulade (relish) at Boutique Fisk to deliciously salty Liquorice by Johan Bülow or traditional Danish Smørrebrød with beautiful garnish from Hallernes Smørrebrød.

While you’re there, head over to Grød’, the world’s first porridge bar!

The market square is approximately 7.000 m2 with two large indoor markets and lots of seating space both indoor and outdoor, suitable for groups of all sizes.

Visit Torvehallerne to give your group a refreshing and inspiring experience in an atmosphere not found elsewhere in Copenhagen. It is also a place where you meet many locals, as is has become a very popular place for shopping and a meeting place to get a bite to eat. Whether you go to Torvehallerne for shopping, dining or just simply to have a look around – it is a place to remember and a perfect stop on a “treasure hunt” or similar.

To discover how we can plan your visit to Torvehallerne and for more details, please call Ebbe Kiær on +45 33 45 45 11 or contact him by e-mail on:


You might also be interested in: CPH Food Walk: Gastro Tour in Copenhagen

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Have you already seen the typical tourist attractions and are looking for something else? If you’re seeking an afternoon away from the crowded touristy areas, the trendy and edgy Nørrebro neighbourhood around Jægersborggade might be just right for your group.

Helle Rosborg from BDP Cruise is particularly fond of the area because:

“It’s so cool – small designer shops and coffee shops, restaurants and a few little factories making all kinds of sweets. It’s so nice there. The streets Elmegade and Birkegade close by are also great for shopping clothes, shoes and furniture.”

The neighbourhood aims to inspire and surprise with its 40 speciality shops. BDP can plan a visit for your group at Karamelleriet to experience the old-fashioned production of handmade caramels, or, for a more hands-on experience, we will organize a visit to RO Chokolade, where your group can make their own traditional, Danish ‘Flødeboller’ at the chocolate factory. We will have to warn you, though; RO Chokolade’s lime ganache and apple-cinnamon marzipan are addictive.

To arrange your group’s visit to Jægersborggade and the surrounding area, please call Ebbe Kiær on +45 33 45 45 11 or contact him by e-mail at:

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