Venenuzalian flavors strikes in Copenhagen

All good things come to those who wait. Being a foodie it can be difficult to keep up with the series of restaurants opening in Copenhagen. I am therefore not proud to say that it took me two years from Taller opened to the time where I actually ... Continue Reading

10 Best dishes of 2016

2016 has been a crazy year. Vacations has brought me to 5 different continents, starting in Australia and from there South Africa, Mexico, Peru, New York and ending in Europe. For some of these food was the purpose so the list of fine dining ... Continue Reading

Specialtreatment at Noma

With this being my third post about Noma it should be clear that I have a special relationship with Noma. Regardless of the position on the worlds best list, the michelinguide or any other they will always be my personal favorite. I love everything ... Continue Reading

A GRAND evening at Eleven Madison Park

One word comes to mind when thinking about my evening at Eleven Madison Park and that is grand. Everything starts when entering the beautiful high ceiling art deco building from 1920 and continues with the extremely friendly and classy waiters to ... Continue Reading

Stepping out of Noma’s shadow

Following a night at Studio Nomas new restaurant 108 was next in line. Despite both having strong ties to Noma they were worlds apart. Off course the food is simpler at 108, but it should definitely not be mistaken for less delicious.   ... Continue Reading

Elegance at Studio

  After eating at 6 of the 50 worlds best restaurants on my vacation in July august had been a month with no restaurants which was about to change in September as I was showing a friend the restaurants in Copenhagen. So a week dining at ... Continue Reading

Balls, crispy dicks, uterus and lungs. Amazing meal at Bror

Innovation and courage comes in many forms. At Bror you get a very unique interpretation of this. Using very expensive produce it is my theory that any semi decent chef can serve a nice meal with that. At Bror they have a different philosophy. Cook ... Continue Reading

Street food reinvented at Pujol (Mexico City)

With a lunch at Pujol I finished my own version of Dining Impossible with 6 of the worlds 50 best restaurants.   Between all the fine dining restaurants I had spent the rest of my time in Mexico eating street food and in general trying ... Continue Reading

Classic Peru in a modern setting at Astrid and Gaston (Lima, Peru)

Little did I know about the Peruvian cusine before coming to Peru except that it was the birthplace of patatoes, they grow cacao and they love ceviche. At Astrid and Gaston they were going to teach me a lot more and showing me the different part ... Continue Reading

Magic fusion cooking at Maido (Lima, Peru)

Some meals have the potential to stay with you for a long while and change the way you think about food. I am lucky to have had a few of these iconic experiences. I had travelled to Lima in Peru primarily to eat at Central and I thought Central ... Continue Reading