Copenhagen in the winter is such a pretty and cosy place. In fact Copenhagen would be beautiful whatever the weather, but there is something about the magic of winter
The chocolate box architecture is something out of a fairy tale
And there are so many lovely places to get in from the cold. After a lovely morning enjoying the beautiful architecture, we dived into the super cute and original royal smushi cafe
Smushi is a magical, eclectic and trendy at the same time kind of place . It one of those places that you cant just find anywhere...
And the food is to die for.
They have a great brunch menu in particular...Just look at these pancakes the hubb's ordered!?
Whilst I chose to have 2 of the famous smushi ( its a combination of classical Danish dishes made from seasonal produces, but served in delicate, aesthetically presented portions the size of sushi ) in the words of the restaurant itself
And it really is a delicious as it is cute.
The freshly baked cakes all looked so incredible, we shared ( to alleviate the calorie guilt ) the most delicious looking one we could see! Before heading back out for more fairy-tale views.
We visited Rundetaarn (the round tower) for the best views of Copenhagen .
And enjoyed all of the beautiful flowers displayed at the many florists
Keen to try as much of the famous Danish cuisine as possible , we headed to the uber urban Amass for Dinner that night
With so many restaurants to choose from , we chose Amass because of its philosophy. Progressive, technologically advanced, and truly sustainable. And that fact that Noma's Matt Orlando is the owner and chef meant it was a sure win
The seasonal ingredients are grown on the amass gardens , which are open to the diners to appreciate and enjoy
Everything is served with the most perfect and delicious wine pairings, sourced from friends of the restaurant. So everything is tailored to suit the menu and shares in the same philosophy.
It all adds to the loveliest feeling of authenticity and trust... you really believe in amass after spending time there.
Its all about the ingredients and technique at amass, which translates to the most amazing food