Copenhagen: The Corner by 108

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Resting in front of the sunny, colorful Nyhavn

Inbetween lunch and dinner we needed to kill some time, and what better way than a walk along the famous Nyhavn?

Closeby, just over the bridge is Restaurant 108, currently ranked #98 in the world, opened by Korean-born chef Kristian Baumann (a Noma alum) in 2016 with René Redzepi. Unfortunately we couldn’t get a reservation, but we were able to grab a coffee at The Corner, the Coffee Bar from Restaurant 108. From their website, “We are one of only a handful in Denmark to collaborate with Oslo-based Tim Wendelboe, world champion barista and one of the pre-eminent coffee roasters in Europe. Throughout the different seasons, we work with several different types of Tim Wendelboe’s coffee.”

 

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Copenhagen: Hija de Sanchez

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Hija de Sanchez

 

Copenhagen is filled with so many great, interesting restaurants and many of the chefs got their start at Noma, consistently the top restaurant in the world over the last decade. One of the chefs is Hija de Sanchez who owns and operates 2 taquerias in Copenhagen. I read a bit about her (and saw her on Somebody Feed Phil!) and her passion to bring Mexican cuisine to Europe and was excited to try her tacos!

The restaurant is very small with a limited menu, which changes daily. With only 3 to choose from, we wanted to try all of them and took the #2 menu, which included all three plus rice and beans. I had expected to like the fried chicken the most, but was surprised to have liked the cabbage taco the most! Super delicious and such a great price point. To finish, I couldn’t resist ordering the avocado popsicle!

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