Copenhagen and the noma legacy
From comfort food to fine dining, Copenhagen is the city with the largest number of gastro offshoots of famed restaurant noma and Danish chef René Red...
The concrete, the cobblestones, and the blue canals are making space for the greens in Copenhagen, as urban farms take over rooftops, backyards, sidewalks, and even the harbour basin.
The New Nordic Cuisine Movement seems to have succeeded in bringing everyone’s attention to locally sourced, seasonal and organic food. What used to be a practice of only a few pioneers across the Danish food scene, has been growing like never before, and the city’s landscapes have become the focus of attention. The locals are becoming conscious of cultivation and foraging, and restaurants and residents alike want to source their food directly from their own backyard, rooftop and, why not, the harbour in the search for sustainable produce.
Below you will find information about restaurants working with urban farming in Copenhagen and its surroundings.
The urban farms have spread through the districts of Copenhagen at record speed growing vegetables and some serving food, where the locally grown produce can be enjoyed. Read more about the urban farming projects taking place in the Danish capital below.
Read an article by the urban farming expert, Signe Voltelen, one of our local contributors covering Copenhagen's culture, gastronomy and urban development below.
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