13 posts tagged finedining

Barr – my favorite restaurant in Copenhagen

About a yeat ago I wrote a blog post entitled “A love affair with Noma”. I still have a love affair with Noma, but now I also have a mistress called Barr. While Noma is femine, elegant and very sophisticatede Barr is no fuss, to the point and bit more maskuline but also very accessable so in that sence it has some of the traits of a mistress. Barr opend 6 months ago and as this was my visit number 11 some calls me a regular, others calls me addicted and some people think I am just plane ... Continue Reading

Most ambitious chef in the World at Alchemist

Worlds best restaurant. Nothing less can do it for the young chef Rasumus Munk. That is the ambition for his restaurant which suting enough takes its name after the old profession that is pursuit of turning everyday itemns into gold much like him.   Already at 22 Rasmus Munk was the headchef of an ambitious restaurant in Vejle earning great reviews. Due to differences with the owners Rasmus decided to open his own restaurant with his own money to achieve complete control without a ... Continue Reading

A taste of London at The Clove Club

  My exposure to british finedining before this trip was non existing. I was therefore very uncertain of what to expect. Afterall they showcase everything from the molecular and once cutting edge restaturant that is The Fat Duck where as the now more known restaurants seem to lean more towards classic french taste.   The Clove Club is located in the very modern and hip area of Shoreditch in an old classic mansion. Internally the décor continued to reflect the upscale ... Continue Reading