copenhagen

The World’s Best Restaurant Is Now Taking Reservations

Here’s how you can get a table at one of the best restaurants in the globe.

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Prince Harry Charms Denmark’s Queen

The Prince has jam-packed a number of events into his two-day Copenhagen visit.

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New grocery store to only sell “ugly” food

This new supermarket has committed to only selling food waste in a bid to make “ugly” food shine.

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Dream Team

Look to Copenhagen for Nordic stamps of SIMPLICITY, QUALITY and STRAIGHT LINES. But don’t expect the Danish design capital to be stuck in its old ways. It’s younger, bolder and more alive than ever.

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Great Dane

A purveyor to the Danish Royal 
Court with more than 50 years in business, 
Copenhagen-based atelier Ole Lynggaard 
is one of Denmark’s greatest jewellery success stories.

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Eurovision 2014: Bearded lady wins song contest

From beards to hamster wheels, milkmaids and wearable instruments, this year’s European song contest didn’t dissapoint.

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Rene Redzepi’s Noma reclaims world’s best restaurant title

Rene Redzepi’s Noma reclaims the world’s best restaurant crown, snatching it back from Spain’s El Celler De Can Roca.

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Rene Redzepi: The world’s best hunter gatherer

Executive chef of Noma, the world’s second best restaurant, Rene Redzepi chats to MiNDFOOD ahead of arriving in Australia this October for Good Food Month.

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Copenhagen restaurant serves up supermarket scraps

A Copenhagen restaurant is serving up food made from grocery store scraps.

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Pulses, sea urchin on menu at world’s top eatery

Denmark’s Noma has won one of the restaurant world’s highest accolades for the second consecutive year with a menu that remains deeply committed to an innovative Nordic cuisine. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Cycle chic

The bicycle has become the ultimate fashion accessory, but it was in Copenhagen where cycle chic was born.

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Poor give muted backing to climate deal

A ‘Copenhagen Accord’ for fighting climate change has won only half-hearted support from major emerging nations led by China and India, leaving question marks over a pact they agreed with the United States, MiNDFOOD reports.

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