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In Nørrebro, Copenhagen’s most culturally diverse neighbourhood, a food market is organized every first Sunday of the month on the sidewalk at Kogebogeriet (cook)bookstore & café. A handful of small and passionate food producers with a reputation of being the eminent choice of discerning customers attract shoppers who make a point of shopping locally and in-season.
Lately, Ramen has gotten popular in Copenhagen. More and more restaurants are now serving up the famous Japanese noodle dish. Last weekend, my friends and I made Ramen together. Of course, we made it from scratch.
In the past decade, Thai food has become, like, part of Danish cuisine. If you live in Copenhagen, Thai food is easily available no matter your location. If you’ve grown tired with you local Thai restaurant, you can always try the one further down the street for a new experience. Finding a restaurant that suites your individual taste, whether that means spicier, sweeter or more sour, or Northern, Southern or something else, should be easy. Each restaurant tries hard to create its own signature dish in the hope that customers it will ultimately choose their restaurant over the competition.