Saturday, June 28, 2014

Europe in many dishes 18: Copenhagen take on old classics

Our first meal in Copenhagen was lunch today in a restaurant called Tversmoesgaad, on Rosengaden street--it had a small but interesting menu featuring a modern take on classic Danish dishes. Mine was an absolutely tender, delicious salted steamed duck, cut in thin slices, and served with an unusual frozen creamed horseradish sauce and very nicely cooked steamed vegetables--cabbage, snow peas, asparagus, carrot. David went for their take on pork frikadelle, or meatballs, served with rye and house-made remoulade. He felt it was less successful and interesting than my duck, tasty enough nonetheless!

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