Copenhagen sizzles in February when Northern Europe’s biggest food festival, Copenhagen Cooking, takes the city. This year the popular food festival has chosen the theme “Taste of Emotions” and aims to everything from desire and jealousy to joy and happiness into a gastronomical context…
Creativity, art and food
Among the many innovative ventures are the two creative chefs-slash-food designers from “I’m A Kombo”, who join forces with FOKUS Video Art Festival and Nikolaj Art Gallery to fuse video art and interactive culinary adventures on 8 and 15 February.
Theatre and food will melt equally seamlessly as Republique Theatre shows H.C. Andersen’s famous play, “The Snow Queen”, with the experienced food storyteller, Mette Martinussen, and Swedish performance artist, Charlotte Engelkes. Together they have created an interactive 12-course food and theatre experience throughout February. (English-speakers will appreciate the English renditions of the show on 18 and 19 February).
The internationally renowned museum of modern art, Louisiana, offers a special arctic night, as their winter exhibition, Arctic, ends on 2 February. The night before, the museum will be open after-hours and spoil guests with an Arctic and Nordic inspired meal with shellfish, wine and choice beers, and, not least, their much-loved panoramic view of the strait of Øresund.
More about Copenhagen Cooking
Find more information about Copenhagen Cooking as well as the entire programme.
Or opt for a more traditional taste on the seasonal Nordic delicacies and book a table for our “twisted smørrebrød” with choice beers from local artisan brewery, Nørrebro Bryghus.
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