Innovative gastronomy in Denmark – the Land of Everyday Wonder

From a bicycling chef in Copenhagen to a fifth-generation fishmonger in Aarhus, Denmark’s love affair with innovative food extends way beyond beer and rye bread, although they’re pretty exceptional, too

Copenhagen Cykelkokken and Atrium, Aarhus (Photo credits: Jacob Hansen)

Copenhagen Cykelkokken and Atrium, Aarhus (Photo credits: Jacob Hansen)

Denmark’s reputation for excellent and sustainable gastronomy is gaining an international following.  A real plus for events, delegates can enjoy foraging, city bee hives, whisky distilleries and rooftop orchards.

Bicycle Chef Morten Kryger (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

Bicycle Chef Morten Kryger (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

With 26 Michelin star restaurants and noma rated the world’s best restaurant five times, Denmark does creative fine dining. But it also offers extraordinary options on a budget excelling when it comes to adding a twist to street food.

Meet Morten Wulff - a bicycling chef in Copenhagen who is turning business events into adventures by getting his participants to swap four walls for two wheels.

Aarhus Fishmonger Jakob Clausen (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

Aarhus Fishmonger Jakob Clausen (Photo credit: Jacob Hansen)

Aarhus is Denmark’s second city, one of the world’s busiest conference cities and a delight for dining.

Jakob Clausen is a local fishmonger who understands that the best events start with the freshest ingredients. Watch the video below to see how generations of knowledge and skill is transforming today’s experience for event attendees and adding a touch of everyday wonder.

Learn more about gastronomy in Denmark and how it can add wonder to your next event.