Hija de Sanchez Copenhagen


Hija de Sanchez in the heart of Copenhagen is a contemporary taqueria and serves fantastic tortillas. They import their own corn from Oaxaca to make the masa and all the tortillas are freshly made. Everything made from scratch ‘just like grandma made it’.

Where: Hija de Sanchez, Torvehallerne, Copenhagen K


Tivoli Food Hall Copenhagen

In Tivoli Food Hall on the corner of Tivoli you will find carefully selected foodstuffs, each contributing to a variety of dining experiences.

You can experience everything from organic chickens to Michelin chef's response to barbecue as well as Mexican delights, hand-brewed beer and wholesome items from Iceland.

Eataly Copenhagen


Eataly is a perfect place when you want to buy Italian groceries and specialties of high quality. You also have the option to enjoy a delicious Italian lunch prepared with the finest Italian ingredients. For example Vitello tonnato or Steak tartar. Super delicious dishes.

Where: Eataly, Illum, Copenhagen K

Ricemarket Copenhagen

The idea of Ricemarket was born soon after the team opened the Michelin restaurant Kiin Kiin. They love the authentic Asian street cuisine, and on the menu you will find all the classics, including their famous red curry. One of the best Asian restaurants in Copenhagen.
Ricemarket has also cozy dining beds perfect for those in
a romantic mood.
Where: Ricemarket, Hausergade 38  Copenhagen K

Maison Becquey and Canal Saint Martin Paris


Canal Saint Martin draws a trendy crowd to its chic bars and appetising bistros, starting with Chez Prune. République, the point where the Canal resurfaces after having travelled underground from Bastille, forms the frontier with the Marais.

Its northern artery, the Rue du Faubourg du Temple, is scruffy and cosmopolitan. Here you’ll find cheap grocers and discount stores and stalwarts of Paris nightlife such as Le Gibus and vintage dancehall La Java. It leads to Belleville’s Chinese quarter and the place Sainte Marthe with its quirky boutiques and cafés. Heading north along the Canal, the must-visit den of multidisciplinary artistic creation is Point Ephemère. Here the Canal widens into Bassin de la Villette and Canal de l’Ourcq.

When you’ve crossed the old 1885 hydraulic lift bridge, pont de Crimée, you’re in Parc de la Villette. This is where you can visit science and music museums, picnic on the lawns and take in concerts at big venues such as the Cité de la musique, the Cabaret Sauvage, Trabendo and the Zénith.

You’ll find very good bistros in the area. Maison Becquey is one of them and a very cosy place with fantastic dishes. Poulet fermier aux champignons et herbes, tartare de boeuf and a lot more. Also good wine and beer.

Where: Maison Becquey, 34 Quai de la Marne, reservations: +33 1 45 26 97 79