Here are five chefs in Copenhagen who are mastering #TheArtOfPlating.
Kristian Baumann, 108
Just about a year ago, Noma chef René Redzepi opened a more casual restaurant called 108 headed by chef Kristian Baumann. 108 is a more approachable neighborhood restaurant for family and friends to come together.
Romaine stems and aged turbot roe under marigold petals by Kristian Baumann. Photo courtesy of Zara Boréas.
Matthew Orlando, AMASS
Headed by Matthew Orlando, AMASS believes in a holistic approach to food that prioritizes guests, food, and the environment – promoting and proving that environmental and financial sustainability can and should exist together.
Søren Selin, AOC
Situated in a 17th century vaulted cellar of a historic mansion, Restaurant AOC is a two Michelin starred restaurant devoted to a full-sensory experience, focusing on taste, vision, color and smell. Executive chef Søren Selin and his team dedicated themselves to emphasizing the local nature.
Grilled greens, langoustine, sea beet and spinach purée. Photo courtesy of Claes Bech-Poulsen.
Claus Meyer & Torsten Vildgaard, STUD!O at The Standard
Situated in central Copenhagen, STUD!O is a gourmet restaurant by Claus Meyer and Torsten Vildgaard. STUD!O invites its guests into the heart of the restaurant around an open kitchen where they can experience the action first hand.
Rasmus Kofoed, Geranium
Growing up as a young vegetarian boy in the first, Rasmus Kofoed has created a restaurant that reflects his unique self and the environment he grew up in. Restaurant Geranium is currently ranked No.19 of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants and holds 3 Michelin stars to its name.