Tivoli in Copenhagen

Tivoli is located just opposite Copenhagen train station. It is literally just 20 meters to the entrance! Tivoli dates back to 1843 when Georg Carstensen was granted permission to open Tivoli Gardens by the king. He had taken inspiration from abroad, and the guests loved the exotic gardens. One of the rollercoasters at Tivoli dates … Fortsätt läsa Tivoli in Copenhagen

Kamilla Seidler

I met up with Danish Kamilla Seidler who started her career at Geist in Copenhagen as a student, and ended up as head chef. She has also been head chef at Gustu in La Paz, Bolivia. She was awarded as the best female chef at Latin America's 50 best restaurants. (Gustu came in 16th place) … Fortsätt läsa Kamilla Seidler

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. The restaurant is recommended by Bib Gourmand / Michelin! So I brought my danish best friends there for lunch. It's a very relaxed atmosphere at the restaurant, even if it was packed … Fortsätt läsa Restaurant Selma


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 … Fortsätt läsa Torvehallerne

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 … Fortsätt läsa The Silo