Copenhagen Cooking is an annual food festival in Copenhagen. Over the course of ten days in late August; chefs, restaurants, gastro-nerds, cultural institutions and foodies join forces to celebrate the citys vibrant food scene.
The programme features both Danish and international talent. In the open program Cooking in CPH, restaurants, chefs and cultural institutions offer special dining experiences.
At Israels Plads in the middle of Copenhagen you find the Festival Square with a varied programme filled with long table dinners, talks, workshops and show kitchens.
The festival also host a number of conferences and symposiums aimed at people working in the food industry at our Business Events. The purpose is to share knowledge, exchange ideas and inspire each other.
Høstfestival Frederiksberg is a new initiative, which is an extension of the succesful høstfest. Høstfestival is part of Copenhagen Cooking with its ambition to engage and involve far more lokale businesses and organisations from Frederiksberg in a joint theme from farm to table.
Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival was started in 2004 by Wonderful Copenhagen. Since 2017, the secretariat has been part of The Food Organisation of Denmark (FOOD).
FOOD is a non-profit organisation working to develop Denmark, so food and food production becomes a path to growth, development and experiences.
Her Royal Highness, Princess Marie, is protector of Copenhagen Cooking.