Restaurant Selma

I meet Magnus Pettersson’s mother Monica in Stockholm the other week, and promised her to try and visit Magnus restaurant Selma in Copenhagen.

So I brought my danish best friends there for lunch. It’s a very relaxed atmosphere at the restaurant, even if it was packed when we were there for a Saturday lunch. But we got a table directly!

The most interesting smørrebrød was the tartar with breadcrumbs, seaweed and amaranth. It takes a Swede to come up with that idea;)

And the salmon was very good with poached egg, kale and capers. I could have done with less kale though…

SELMA

RØMERSGADE 20

1362 COPENHAGEN

DENMARK

CVR   39 31 78 42

CONTACT

+45 93107203

HELLO@SELMACOPENHAGEN.DK

Torvehallerne

There is a market in Copenhagen that is not like other markets. It’s a bit better, cosier, more luxurious.. Well, I like it. Except the thing that you shouldn’t aim for having lunch there in the weekends. Because it’s packed!

It doesn’t look much from the outside, but there are two buildings and there is a flower market in between them!

Handmade empanadas at La Boca.

The flower market is just so beautiful!

You can find about everything in there. And it’s so worth a visit!

TorvehallerneKBH

Frederiksborggade 21

1360 København K

The Silo

The Silo is a former grain silo located just by Nordhavn’s waterfront in Copenhagen. And lucky me, my friends live there. So after dinner we just went up there to have some cocktails. And they didn’t disappoint us! But next time I’ve gotta eat there. I know that they have some great chefs there. Both Denny Vangsted and Morten Falk. So the food should hopefully be good.

Cocktails at Silo in Copenhagen, their signature drink is to the left Hva drikker Mølr (rum, apple, ginger, beer,lime)

Cheers, so nice to visit you at your new place!!

The service at Silo was on top! Everyone was very kind, even if I spoke to them in a Danish/ English mix😂

The desserts looked smashing!

A nice detail in the bar, you can use the binoculars and look out!