Learn the story about food through strolls around Copenhagen or a late night tour of the City Hall. The Culinary Adventures category bids a selection of crossover-events, where culture meets gastronomy.
Taste of Copenhagen is the festival's new restaurant and bar concept where each has contributed with a menu three course food, wine, beer or cocktail menu, that focuses on this year's themes - togetherness and local sustainability.
Copenhagen Cooking will extend the festival atmosphere to Greater Copenhagen, bidding events such as a local harvest market in Esrum, dining in the stables of Grantoftegård and a historical 19th century market in Helsingør.
Cooking Spot is the festival's new hub, situated by TorvehallerneKBH. It is open throughout the festival period, selling tickets, sharing information about the events, and offering daily activities such as workshops, presentations and more.
Check out these events, all focussing on ecology and sustainability. Come and taste natural wines, make your own cream puffs with fair trade chocolate, or hop aboard a solar powered GoBoat and enjoy an Italian eco-menu.
Do you want to go sailing with a sailor or a city architect? Or have a picnic by the idyllic Furesø? Then check out Copenhagen Cooking's 'green' events that are held out in the open, where gastronomy interacts with nature.
Attend the festival's free events where the only thing required is an appetite. Learn how to stretch summer produce into the winter through pickling courses, go on an adventure to an Italian food market or be a part of selecting the world's best risotto.
Bring your family to these events and join a number of joyous and new tastful experiences. Visit the Arla Food Fest, learn how to make hotdogs at Meyers Madhus or relax on a Sunday in Timm Vladimir's courtyard.
This category offers cooking courses, workshops and master classes for you to learn how to make and impress with homemade sausages or throw yourself into the advanced techniques used in the new-Nordic kitchen.