Monday, August 16, 2010

TIME OUT: A must try in Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, houses 13 Michelin stars and where the S. Pellegrino best restaurant in the world is situated.

Being known as the gourmet city in Northern Europe, there are small things that can be enjoyed by normal people like HT couple.

When Danish food is mentioned, i'm sure pastries would first popped into our minds...mine did.  But while i was exploring the food city for a day...i found out how famous this food was...

Polse "letter o with / over it" (i don't know how to type it) can be seen in every corner of the busy streets of Copenhagen.  What makes this sausage differ from others, is it's usually boiled.  The smoked delicious polse is usually long compared to the sausage buns, topped with mustard, ketchup, onions and pickles...a full Danish meal.

And for just 20-30 DK KRON ( 2-3 euro)...who says you can't eat cheap in Denmark?

*I haven't really done Copenhagen food tripping...but we'll be back for sure to visit our friends and explore Nordic cuisine...who knows, we might land in one of the 13's, Denmark is very proud of... (hope we win the lottery).


  1. I don't fancy pickles, but the hot dog sure does look tempting!

  2. I used to pick out all the pickles in my hamburger if i forget to place my 'special order' at Macs, i.e. "no pickles please!" hahaha but i'm quite ok now :P The Polse sure looks good for high tea :)

  3. Wow. That looks really yummy girl!
    Miss you!

  4. Hey Harris, yes, usually i would have a problem if the meat is lesser than the bun, but in Copenhagen, you wouldn't hear any complaints from me.

    Hey Charlene, I like the tangy taste of pickles but not too much or else my throat gets irritated.

    Rochie!!! I'm waiting for you here in Europe! I miss you too!