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Smack in the middle of Copenhagen lies this little gem. A wine bar and bistro, serving the classic french bistro dishes made from the best produce.… »


Hos Fischer

David Oliver Fischer used to work at *** La Pergola in Rome, so the man knows how to cook. Now he serves simple but very, very delicious and savory Roman food, including some seriously heart warming home made pasta dishes, in his own cosy trattoria at the corner of the little Victor Borge’s Square in the eastern part of Copenhagen.  … »

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New High-Class and Beautiful Gourmet Magazine

March 20, 2012 / 3 comments

AROMA is a brand new Norwegian food, wine and travel magazine full of stunning photos and stories about, well yes, food, wine and travel.… »

Best 2011 Meals on Sternefresser

December 31, 2011

The German Sternefresser restaurant blog has sampled the answers they received from the the best chefs, bloggers, journalists and other gastro-makers includiing Very Good Food;).… »

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Frantzén, Stockholm

Back To Frantzén

May 21, 2013

Only two days after restaurant Frantzén/Lindeberg won 12th best restaurant by The World’s 50 Best it was announced that Björn Frantzén and Daniel Lindeberg had split up.… »

Oysters with Agusti Torello cava, El Cellar Can Roca

El Celler de Can Roca is the New World’s Best 2013!

April 29, 2013 / 1 comment

Happy congratulations to El Celler de Can Roca on being voted top best restaurant in the world in 2013 by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants!!… »

La Grenouillere, wall painting of frogs

Dining With The Frogs at Auberge de la Grenouillère

April 10, 2013 / 4 comments

In the romantic village of La Madelaine sous Montreuil, Montreuil-su-Mer there is a wonderful restaurant called Auberge de la Grenouillère. Head chef and owner is Alexandre Gauthier, who took over from his father in 2003, and in 2008 he won back the Michelin star which the restaurant possessed in the past.… »


2 New Stars for Copenhagen in Michelin Main Cities of Europe 2013!

March 14, 2013 / 3 comments

It’s official! The red Michelin Guide for the Main Cities of Europe 2013 is out and sends 2 new stars to Copenhagen restaurants in this year’s guide.… »

Scallop with Tuber Melanosporum Witt

Fabulous Frantzén/Lindeberg

September 27, 2012 / 13 comments

Frantzén/Lindeberg is a small and delicate restaurant in Gamla Stan, the old town, of Stockholm. It opened as a molecular hotspot in the rooms left by Mistral as it moved south of Stockholm centre in 2008, but has since then moved away from the strict molecular cuisine.… »

Fermented pear, Geranium

My Stylish and Strict Birthday Dinner at Geranium

September 17, 2012 / 13 comments

On Thursday 2nd of August I celebrated my birthday at restaurant Geranium. The light that night was just incredible. Having a glass of champagne in the lounge area, we witnessed the beginning of what would become the most stunning sunset that month.… »

Björn serving for us at Frantzén/Lindeberg

Chef’s Table at Frantzén/Lindeberg

August 31, 2012 / 5 comments

Last weekend I was in Stockholm and dined at the kitchen counter at Restaurant Frantzén/Lindeberg.  If you like watching the rockstars cook for you and be able to chat with them through-out the whole evening, then book ‘Kitchen’ at Frantzén/Lindeberg!… »

Monkfish cooked in oil, Librije's Zusje

Lunch at Librije’s Zusje

June 25, 2012 / 4 comments

The first time I heard about Restaurant De Librije was when I watched Jonnie Boer’s exciting presentation during the Chef-Sache in Cologne in September 2011.… »

Mr Kanesaka's excellent sushi chef

Japan – The Trip of a Lifetime

May 27, 2012 / 10 comments

こんにちは – Konichiwa – Hello, I’m just back from a wonderful visit to Japan, my first ever. The purpose of the trip was of course to experience some amazing food and restaurants, there are 14 *** 3-stars, 54 ** 2-stars and 198 * 1-star restaurants alone in the Tokyo, Yokohama and Kamakura Michelin Guide.… »


Noma rules once more

May 1, 2012 / 11 comments

For the third time my beloved Noma has been declared the world’s number one restaurant at Restaurant Magazine’s and San Pellegrino’s The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.… »

Krogs Fiskerestaurant, marinated herrings

Chef Buono Brings Krogs Fiskerestaurant Back to Life

April 1, 2012 / 4 comments

First time I visited Krogs Fiskerestaurant was back in 1995. I still remember my visit. I had invited a very good friend of mine to thank her for a favour she did.… »


Copenhagen is Back on Track with 14 Michelin Stars in the 2012 Guide

March 14, 2012 / 9 comments

Geranium got its star! Finally.

It’s official! The red Michelin Guide for the Main Cities of Europe 2012 sends 14 stars to Copenhagen restaurants in this year’s guide!… »


La Vie – The Essence of Beauty and Taste II

January 8, 2012 / 11 comments

After enjoying a fabulous lunch at La Vie as well as a wonderful trip to Schloß Ibbenburg’s lovely garden we returned to Osnabrück just in time to explore the beautiful old town centre – and to gain a little more appetite for the La Vie dinner that was waiting for us.… »

Sommer salad liquid, close-up

La Vie – The Essence of Beauty and Taste

November 9, 2011 / 6 comments

The second stop on my summer trip to a couple of the best German restaurants was at restaurant La Vie, run by head chef Thomas Bühner and his charming wife and hostess Thayarni Kanagaratnam. … »

Chef-Sache 2011

Chef-Sache 2011 – Touched by Kindness

November 3, 2011

On 18-19 September I had the great pleasure of attending what I would like to call the friendliest food event ever, Chef-Sache 2011 – The international culinary symposium in Germany.… »

Aqua - Frankfurter green sauce and lamb

Aqua – When Precision Engineering Meets Passion

September 12, 2011 / 4 comments

This summer I had the immense pleasure of expanding my knowledge about German high-end restaurants. During a five-day drive from Berlin to Westphalen, I visited two places that both confirmed what too many northerners don’t realize: Germany is more than a freeway.… »