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What are the best Food Spots in Denmark?

April 28, 2019

Why do we visit places? To eat ? Yes. But to eat, not to satisfy hunger alone rather taste the unknown. Food has always been an important part of tourist attraction. After all, they need some nice cuisines. Food hides in itself the soul of the culture and the tradition of a place. To understand and appreciate the lifestyle of people, we must first learn to appreciate their foods and food habits. We have often seen people who live in forests or Poor’s who live slums, they have developed their food habits in such away. Kings and Queens have different tastes. Food, therefore, rules the culture of the place. Like every other country, Denmark also has some fascinating cuisines that are a must to taste whenever one happens to be there.

From pastries to sandwiches, from soups to butter, one can afford to miss nothing, not even the ice-creams in Denmark. Let us take a mouth-watering food tour of the country “ which is always happy “. There are several dishes to try as well as so many foods stop to visit. Once you know what the native people eat the most, or what cuisine is original to Denmark, you will then be able to search for the places and restaurants to have an amazingly natural native dishes. This aspect of tourism is the best one.

Traditional Dishes to try

Aebleflæsk 

This is a must-try. It can be taken over the Rye bread. It can best be served with a cold beer. It is a very popular food typical of Denmark. Even you can get it in the US but in the Danish town of Solvang. It is prepared with the salted pork belly being fried with sugar, apples, and thymes.

Stegt flæsk med persillesovs og kartoffler 

Parsley sauce and potatoes are served with the crispy pork. This food is often considered as the national food of Denmark. It was voted for the national food with the highest votes.

Krebinetter 

It is a patty stuffed with pork. It has got its name from French. It is one of the classic dishes of Denmark. Green peas and boiled potatoes that are served with it make the entire thing look classy and sophisticated. It tastes amazing.

Frikadeller 

It is ball-shaped pork. It can be made by mixing the beef with the pork or it can be made entirely with the pork. It comes on the table with parsley sauce and potatoes. It can also be prepared from fish. The fish ball is taken cold with some special Danish topping.

Rød Pølse

In Danish, this name means “ red sauce “. It is one of the most favourite of any traditional dish. It is also available in many other countries but of Denmark, it has a unique taste. Bread, ketchup, mustard, and onions are the co-partners of this sauce at the table. Getting hot dogs with the saucing would give you the extraordinary experience of taste. This dish is a must-try if you chance to be there in Denmark.

Local foods to taste

The Danish Pastry 

This street food that the locals delight in is commonly known as Wiennerbød in Denmark. It is not only synonymous with the taste of Denmark but also very delicious. Laminated yeast dough is used to prepare this pastry. Coffee or tea is the best option that this pastry is coupled with. Danes eat it as an afternoon dessert.

Flæskesteg 

When the spices, cloves and bay leaves cover the pork and are put inside the oven for several hours to roast, it gives this dish on the plate. Meat drippings make up the sauce and this roasted pork is served with the red cabbage and the baked potatoes. If you happen to visit Copenhagen at Christmas time, you must try this dish.

Stegt flæsk 

It is the most Danish of all foods. In 2004, this dish was voted as the best food in Denmark. It is the roasted fried pork belly that is served with roasted potatoes and sauces. It is commonly and easily available in all the restaurants. It can be a stomach-filling experience. One should not ignore its taste.

Rug brød

The English name for this is Rye bread. The staple food in most of the Danish houses can be found on the streets as well as the restaurants. This is comfort food while traveling. It is worthy of a chance to taste. It is simply amazing.

Related: Have a look at these common comfort food that you can prepare.

Smørrebrød

The classical, it is the food that is eaten at lunchtime. A high variety of different pilings is done over the simple Rye bread. This food is delicious. Once it used to be the topmost local food but as the low priced sandwiches came onto the streets, its popularity decreased. Yet, this is a street food that is worth giving a taste.

Places for the food lovers

1.Copenhagen

It is the food capital of Denmark. It has several places that serve both traditional as well as modern Nordic cuisines.

2.Aarhus

This city also has a strong gastronomic potential. It has the cost-efficient best restaurants in the city.

3.Skagen 

It is situated in the northernmost part of the country. Fresh seafood meals are deliciously available here because of it being located near the North sea.

4.Bornholm

It is the sunniest city in Denmark. Gourmet, smokehouses, and taverns make this place exotic. It is an island in the Baltic sea. This place is great.

5.Fanø

When you go towards the west you would come to this place. It is famous for its beers. It has the local brewery that makes its beer worth having. It also has dined restaurants.

6.Frederica

It has become a popular food destination in Denmark. Food enthusiasts find their gastronomy scenes pleasing.

The foods whether classic, international, local or traditional, whether the palace is near the seashore or on the hills, whether we are having Salmons, pork or pastries, the cities of Denmark serves greatly to all the tongues that come from various parts of the globe. The food destinations and the cuisines are worth appreciating. Denmark is the best place for food lovers.