Last night, 15 restaurants across the Danish capital received a total of 19 Michelin stars. For the third time in a row, Geranium was given three stars, while Kadeau was awarded an extra star, becoming Copenhagen’s second two-star eatery.
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Copenhagen’s food and restaurant scene is still very much thriving. At yesterday’s unveiling of the 2018 Michelin Nordic guide in Copenhagen, 15 restaurants were awarded a total of 19 stars, cementing the city’s position as the destination in Scandinavia with the most Michelin stars.
The city gained two extra stars with restaurant Jordnær receiving its first Michelin star and Kadeau going from one to two stars.
The Michelin event caps an exciting few days for food enthusiasts in Copenhagen. Four-time No.1 in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, Noma opened its new restaurant Noma 2.0 just last week. The new restaurant is located on Copenhagen’s inner island Refshaleøen, which is also set to welcome a new street food market later in the year.