You’ll find the neighbourhood’s best pizza at Bæst (plus the burrata and charcuterie are pretty sublime too). The Italian-Danish team behind the restaurant produce much of their food on their own farm, and you’d be hard-pressed to find anything on the menu that couldn’t be described as ‘biodynamic’. Don’t miss the chance to grab a pastry from their sister bakery Mirabelle, which is right next door.
Copenhagen really is a tiny force of nature: it’s Europe’s green capital, and is on track be carbon emission-free by 2025. But you may well also know it as the proud home of some of the world’s most lauded restaurants. So, how does the eco stuff co-exist with that? Well, this really is a nation of foragers, intent on ensuring local sourcing and zero waste above all.
The gorgeous neighbourhood of Nørrebro, which we’ve just named the coolest in the world, is a hotspot for culinary creativity in the Danish capital. And here, Michelin-starred kitchens and snug cafés alike share an interest in gearing up for a cleaner, greener future. So cycle into the area and check out the good work of these ultra-conscious businesses whenever you’re next in town.