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COPENHAGEN SUMMER 2010 a/k/a Copenhagen Without Noma   The first thing you notice here is that everybody is gorgeous. Gorgeous and well-dressed. I don't want to say anything good about

Spent most of last week in Copenhagen with an old friend. Overall, I thought the food was very good.   Radio This was my favorite meal.   Scallop / Spring Cabbage / Mustard / Cress   Cod / Cucu

The Times recently inferred that if you can't book Noma, Relae is a good consolation prize.

Everything is closed in Northern Europe - had to book two new restaurants in Amsterdam because Lastage and Jasper's (our two favorites) are closed. Instead it will be Christophe's and Blauw Aan De Wal.

 

We'll see.

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That's good to know Nancy - thanks. Have you been to Jasper's? It's a little more than a year old and it's a terrific place with an outstanding chef-owner.

 

Any knowledge of Christophe's?

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I thought Blauw Aan de Wal was just lovely. As Nancy said, more for the whole experience than for anything special about the food.

 

Going down that alley, in that neighborhood, and then entering this oasis of charm . . . .

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Any knowledge of Christophe's?

 

If everything is closed and you have to have this kind of food then it's not a terrible option. Not much of an endorsement but a realistic one, I think.

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Any knowledge of Christophe's?

 

If everything is closed and you have to have this kind of food then it's not a terrible option. Not much of an endorsement but a realistic one, I think.

What would you recommend? I know Das Kas is open, but we thought it was just okay last time.

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Had a great hotdog.

That is all.

Not really, but kind of.

 

Noteworthy meals at Radio, Kiin Kiin, Geranium. (I liked Radio the best. Too tired to write coherently about any of them now.)

 

The best part about Copenhagen was the pastry. If I lived in Copenhagen 1) I'd become poor very quickly and 2) I'd gain about 30 pounds in the first three months from all the amazing wienerbrød, snegle, snurre, etc. (Meyers Bageri, Lagkagehuset, Sankt Peders Bageri, Nordisk Brød, etc.) And the pretty good beer scene, but really, it's all Belgian knockoffs.

 

The hotdog I had at Harry's place was really delicious.

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