Spis og sov

Danish for “Eat and Sleep“. Copenhagen has a food scene that is among the world’s most distinct and innovative. And true to its reputation – the city has several Michelin-starred restaurants and be forewarned, even those that are considered “good value” gets a little expensive. Many of Copenhagen’s restaurants go for an organic menu. One that I tried out is BOB – Biomio Organic Bistro. Situated in Vesterbro (Meatpacking District), the food is delicious.     For dinner, I tried out one of the 10 restaurants in the city that were awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for 2017. Marv &…

Hej Hej

“Bye Bye” to good looking Copenhagen – linked to the famed Danish design, the cobbled bicycle-friendly streets, the sherbet-hued town houses, cappuccino and organic juice stands, baby carriages, and where pedestrians set the pace, and not vehicular traffic. It was a brief stay – both relaxing and satisfying.


It was March 2008 when I last visited Copenhagen.  It was a city I felt very comfortable and relaxed in. Now that I am in much need of a brief escape to “chill” (it is considered the coolest kid in the Nordic block after all!) and at the same time, where the heat is not as oppressive this time of the year — I find myself back in this Danish capital. Consistently rated as one of the happiest countries in the world, it also comes with a price — Copenhagen is ranked as one of the most expensive cities in Europe….