Best alternatives to NOMA

Best alternatives to NOMA.

Geranium ( 2 Michelin*)

Many locals people prefer Geranium over the high profiled Noma. Geranium was also ranked the 42nd Best Restaurant in the World in 2014 by Restaurant Magazine, and is run by the world’s best chef in 2011 Rasmus Kofoed. Geranium is a lucid, light, and dynamic kitchen. The mission is to create meals that involve all the senses and restores, challenges, and enriches. The restaurant is situated on the 8th floor in Fælledparken in the Østerbro area of Copenhagen, from where one can follow the season’s journey through the tree crowns, catch glimpses of the city’s green copper roofs, and just see the windmills of Øresund. IMPORTANT NOTE: Open for lunch Thurs-Sat 12:00 – 13:00 (12:00 -15.30) and evening Wed – Sat 18:30 – 21:00 (18:30 – 00:00), CLOSED Sun, Mon and Tues

AOC (2 Michelin*)

AOC holds two stars in Guide Michelin Nordic Cities 2015, and is located in central Copenhagen. Their aim is to give you the ultimate sensory experience, through stimulating as many senses as possible – sight, smell, sound and taste. The cuisine is based on Nordic produce, and the focus of Chef Søren Selin is on pure taste. The restaurant offers four to seven course set menus. IMPORTANT NOTE: Open only for dinner Tues – Sat 18:00- 01:00, CLOSED Sun & Mon

Marchal (1 Michelin*)

The dining experience at Marchal in Copenhagen city centre will appeal to all your senses, and the kitchen strives to give the culinary tradition of the historical place a modern touch. The restaurant was awarded a star in Guide Michelin Nordic Cities 2015. The cuisine is inspired by the Nordic and French classics with a twist. IMPORTANT NOTE: OPEN ALL DAYS for both lunch and dinner

Ralæ (1 Michelin*)

The restaurant, Relæ, located in the Nørrebro area of Copenhagen, prides itself on delivering a, no nonsense gastronomic experience. Relæ has one star in Guide Michelin Nordic Cities 2015 and was ranked number 53 on the 2014 list of the World’s Best Restaurants. Relæ offers a creative kitchen free from the cultural heritage pushed upon the traditional Michelin-star driven restaurant, without being labeled as one of the usual, fine-dining, brasserie, or bistro restaurants. IMPORTANT NOTE: Open evenings Wed – Sat 17.30 – 21-30. Open Sat for lunch 12.00 – 13.30. Is NOT Located in Copenhagen centre approx. 10-15 min by taxi from the centre.

Kong Hans Kælder (1 Michelin)

For nearly 40 years, the restaurant Kong Hans Kælder has been an institution on Copenhagen’s restaurant scene. Kong Hans Kælder received as the first restaurant in Copenhagen a Michelin star in 1983, and has since then been a point of reference when it came to pleasure and luxury in Copenhagen. Last year, Thomas Rode, the third chef in the short line of Kong Hans chefs, announced his retirement after 18 years behind the stove. In his place the new chef Mark Lundgaard and restaurant manager Peter Pepke decided to completely reinvent the place. With due respect to the legacy that is Kong Hans. IMPORTANT NOTE: Only open for dinner Tues – Sat 18:00 – 00:00

Geist (No Michelin stars)

Geist is centrally located right by Kongens Nytorv and gives you a gastronomic experience that doesn’t cost a fortune. Geist focuses on the natural commodities. It’s important to the owner, Bo Bech, that you can see exactly what you are eating. However, the food comes with a little twist. The interior is raw with concrete floors and rendered walls. The colours are dark and dim and the lightning is muted. You can either eat at the bar and socialize with other guests, or you can enjoy your meal at a table in the restaurant. IMPORTANT NOTE: Open ALL days for dinner only 18:00 – 01:00


Text with permission of Wish hr partner, Quintessentially Lifestyle.

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