Smørrebrød, Bacon, Hyper-local gastronomy, and everything in between

Danish Food

Denmark is known as the epicenter of the New Nordic Cuisine movement and for good reason: Denmark is home to 28 Michelin-starred restaurants, 15 of these in Copenhagen, 4 in Aarhus and more across the Danish countryside. This emphasis on seasonal produce merged with great aesthetic care has established Copenhagen and now the rest of Denmark, too, as a global foodie destination. Just don't forget to try Smørrebrød, open-faced sandwiches piled high with delicious toppings. And if you prefer something on the go, do as the Danes and try a Danish hotdog from one of the many hot dog stands.

ARoS Food Hall, Aarhus

Region of Gastronomy 2017

Chefs and food manufacturers will create sustainable solutions, strengthen food education, and ensure public participation.

Restaurant Frederikshøj in Aarhus

Where to Eat in Aarhus

The gastronomic level in Aarhus is high, Denmark's second city offers a fantastic experience for every foodie on every budget.

Noma 2018 - Photo Credit Jason Loucas

Dine in Denmark's Michelin-star restaurants

Welcome to Scandinavia's gourmet food powerhouse!

A Nordic Food Festival in London

The Nordic Feast in London

The Nordic Feast is an exciting new food festival taking place in London at the Southbank Centre, 20-22 of October. 

Danish smørrebrød topped with egg salad

Sink Your Teeth into Danish Smørrebrød

These open faced sandwiches are a huge part of the Danish diet and they come in many different varieties - made to suit every taste bud.

Rasmus Kofoed Geranium in Copenhagen

Danish Food is World-class

Restaurant Geranium in Denmark has two Michelin stars and a 3-time Bocuse d'or winner! 

Food in Denmark

Taste Denmark

Taste your way around Denmark with this mouth-watering guide to traditional Danish dishes. 


The Danish Hot Dog Stand

Hot dogs are a national tradition in Denmark. Give 'em a try, just don't skimp on the remolade!