Denmark Food – BEST SMØRREBRØD + Lunch at 800 Year Old Castle!

Denmark Food - BEST SMØRREBRØD + Lunch at 800 Year Old Castle!

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On this Denmark food tour we started off in Copenhagen for some of the best smørrebrød in the city, and then drove outside of the city to visit Dragsholm Castle for an exquisite meal in an 800 year old Danish castle! #Denmark #Copenhagen #DanishFood

Aamanns Deli & Take Away (https://goo.gl/maps/aLhauYpGvCHqQ7tY9) – One of the best and most well known restaurants in Copenhagen for smørrebrød (the Danish open faced sandwiches) is Aamanns. They’ve taken the sandwiches to the next level, using creative ingredients, and balancing every sandwich to perfection. They are truly an art form. I had an honor to be in the kitchen and see them assemble these pieces of artwork. We tried a classic traditional pickled herring, followed by roast beef, and finally a steak tartare. An amazing smørrebrød experience for breakfast!

Æblerov (https://g.page/aeblerov_cider?share) – Cider – On the way outside of Copenhagen, we stopped at Æblerov, a small cider producer. Very cool place, and we got to sample a few different types of cider.

Dragsholm Castle (https://goo.gl/maps/HnarVxck1y6ZkWFF8) – One of the highlights of this Denmark food tour was visiting Dragsholm Castle and meeting with Chef Claus Henriksen. They specialize in Nordic Cuisine, using mainly local ingredients grown or sourced from around the castle. The restaurant in the cellar is a Michelin Star restaurant, and we enjoyed a selection of incredible dishes. What I liked is that everything is focused vegetables and produce, with meat there to support the vegetables. The highlight dish for me was fried hemp (cannabis) leaves in butter, with wild duck. What a dish and what an experience. The hemp leaves were delicious! The only thing I wish is that we would have had time to spend the night in the castle after eating lunch.

Muld (https://goo.gl/maps/atv1SDpeAHXQvp749) – Organic Farm Restaurant – Finally to finish off this amazing day of Danish food, we drove to Muld, an outstanding farm to table meal experience where they literally use only ingredients they have on their farm for their food – everything from the vegetables and herbs to the meat. We enjoyed some delicious pork, juice, and pickled vegetables. Great place and amazing owners.

Thanks to Esben (https://www.instagram.com/esbengrundtvig/) for taking me around!

Again, thank you to Visit Copenhagen (https://www.instagram.com/visitcopenhagen/) for supporting my trip to Copenhagen.

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