This year’s edition offers unique dining experiences for every taste: fine dining, geekly gastro-events, workshops, street vendors and more.
More than 100 events are organized throughout the city and they are divided into categories, so that the visitors can easily find the one that suits them. Some of the categories are: Gourmet experiences, Organic and sustainable food, Knowledgeable cooking, Cooking for kids and others.
Two of Copenhagen’s most famous historic buildings, the National Museum of Denmark and Christiansborg Palace, are also making themselves available for unique food events. Christiansborg Palace is opening its doors to the large royal kitchens, where food has been prepared for countless royal gala dinners. Usually the kitchens are closed to the public, but during Copenhagen Cooking, guests will be able to visit the kitchens and taste samples from the royal table.
Guests can also download the official Copenhagen Cooking App for an overview of the festival’s programme.