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Scandi Six: What to Eat at Copenhagen Cooking Festival 2016

Copenhagen Cooking Festival | Scandianvia Standard

This year is the 12th annual Copenhagen Cooking Festival. With over 150 unique events, there’s a food or drink-related event for everyone, regardless of your food preferences and budget. There are pop-ups, tastings, workshops, large group meals and so much more.

Try some of the best food Copenhagen has to offer!

CPH Food District

Learn about everything from fermenting to farming on the Danish food scene. Meet cooks, drink cocktails and

19th August, 2:00 – 11:00 pm
20th August, 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
21st August, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Øksnehallen

Halmtorvet 11
1700 København V
Ticket Price: 75 DKK for one day, 150 DKK for all three days

1. CPH Food District-2

 
 
 

Taste the World – a Unique Culinary Experience

Spisehuset Rub & Stub and Send Flere Krydderier will prepare food sent from fødevareBanken. They won’t know the ingredients ahead of time, so it will be a challenge for both eateries. The restaurants will also be challenging you with new, exciting flavors.

19th August, 5:15 – 10:00 pm

HUSET i Magstræde

Magstræde 12
1210 Købehavn K
Ticket Price: 252 DKK

 
 
 

Boozy Ice Cream Bar pop-up at Balderdash

What’s better than an ice cream float? One with alcohol, obviously. Cocktail bar Balderdash is making it happen. For your ticket you get a boozy ice cream float, a coffee and a cookie from Ro Chocolate. Perfect way to end summer!

22nd – 27th August, 1:00 – 7:00 pm

Balderdash

Valkendorfsgade 11
1151 København K
Ticket Price: 130 DKK

3. Boozy Ice Cream Bar pop-up at Balderdash-2

 
 
 

Michelin-Starred Desserts to the People

Oh, no big deal, just three full desserts from Michelin-star restaurant Søllerød Kro, plus a glass of dessert wine. Definitely a must-taste for those with a sweet tooth!

22nd August, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Torvehallerne

Frederiksborggade 21
1360 København K
Ticket Price: 250 DKK

 
 
 

Frederiksberg Harvest Feast

A long table seating 1200 people, six kinds of “food experiences” and a meal that honors the traditions of the harvest festival; all you need to do is bring your own cutlery and choose one of the experiences. You can try: food craft, wild food, new cultures, neighborliness (where local restaurants and shops on Frederiksberg Allé work together), etiquette (where you’ll get a deep-dive into manners) and kids (made by chefs with the help of kids, for kids & their parents).

26th August, 5:00 – 10:00 pm

Frederiksberg Allé

2000 Frederiksberg
Ticket Price: 175 DKK

5. Frederiksberg Harvest Feast

 
 
 

Tigermom x Ivan Ramen Party

An absolute treat: Relæ sous chef Lisa Lov and world-renown chef Ivan Orkin of Ivan Ramen in New York City collaborate on a ramen pop-up. You get six courses, a cocktail, beer and cider for your ticket. Don’t miss it!

27th August, 6:00 – 11:00 pm

Jægersborggade 41

2200 København N
Ticket Price: 450 DKK

 

Restaurant Kronborg | Scandinavia Standard
 

Header image & image above is of the Smørrebrød Menu at Restaurant Kronborg. You can enjoy this traditional Danish lunch of open-face sandwiches, including delicious beer and aquavit, 26 – 28 August. Highly recommended! Find out more here!

 

See the rest of the program for more great events.

Is there an event you’re excited about during Copenhagen Cooking? Tell us about it!

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