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On Friday 14 and Saturday 15 August 2020 two of Copenhagen’s best loved ‘smørrebrød’ (open-faced sandwich) restaurants, Selma and Kronborg, will match ‘smørrebrød’ classics, e.g., the iconic ‘Dyrlægens natmad’ (The Vet’s Midnight Snack – pictured). The event is presented by the Danish microbrewery Mikkeller, which will provide selected beers for the delicacies.

Selma Copenhagen and Restaurant Kronborg host an afternoon with ‘hygge’ and selected ‘smørrebrød’ (open-faced sandwich) classics accompanied by selected beers from Mikkeller on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 August 2020.
The two restaurants will match their versions of ‘smørrebrød’ with herring, eggs and shrimps as well as the iconic ‘Dyrlægens natmad’ (The Vet’s Midnight Snack).
Guests will enjoy three servings with (half) a dish of each classic from both of the restaurants – each serving will be complemented by a beer from Mikkeller.

Selma Copenhagen – Innovative ‘Smørrebrød’ of High Quality

Selma Copenhagen is a contemporary Scandinavian restaurant, where Head Chef and co-owner, Magnus Petterson, reinvents ‘smørrebrød’ in innovative flavour combinations – always from the best seasonal ingredients.
The Michelin Guide has rewarded Selma Copenhagen the prestigious BIB Gourmand for serving ‘food of high quality at a reasonable price’.
Learn more about Selma Copenhagen.

Restaurant Kronborg – Classic ’Smørrebrød’ made from Exquisite Ingredients

Restaurant Kronborg is much loved for serving traditional Danish ’smørrebrød’ made from exquisite ingredients.
Søren Frank, Reviewer at the Danish Daily, Berlingske, has named the restaurant the place serving “the best classic ‘smørrebrød’ in Copenhagen”; while Martin Kongstad, famous for his foodie podcast, ‘Bearnaise is the King of the Animals’, awarded their classic Danish meatballs a place on his Top 5 over the best food experiences of the year.
Learn more about Restaurant Kronborg.

Mikkeller – The Danish Microbrewery, Taking the World

The six (half) dishes will be complemented by three selected beers from Danish microbrewery Mikkeller, which is currently conquering the world. Mikkeller, famous for experimenting with flavours and ingredients, sells its beers all over the world and runs beer bars from Barcelona to Bangkok.

Price: 450 DKK – includes 6 (half) ’smørrebrød’ dishes and 3 beers
Time: Friday 14 August 2020 at 16.30 and Saturday 15 August 2020 at 13.00
Place: Victoriagade 8, Copenhagen V
Buy your ticket at Madbillet