Mielcke & Hurtigkarl
If you can’t snag lunch reservations at Noma, try for this, a playful, artistic twist on Nordic cuisine from the two eponymous chef-owners set in a floral dining room at Frederiksberg Garden.
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On the edge of the harbor stands this Henning Larsen-designed structure, a soaring glass-and-steel response to the surpassingly regal Amalienborg Palace (the royal family's residence) across the water. It's open for tours highlighting the architecture and backstage areas.
With its colorful display of newsboys, fedoras, cloches, and pillboxes, Juul's showroom feels like a throwback to another era. Her bright-red fox-fur-and-wool "Kosak" caps are both fetching and warm.
A visit to this colorful food hall, where many of Copenhagen's best-known chefs shop for ingredients from local farms, is a must. Along with cured sausages and raw-milk cheeses, sample traditional Danish desserts such as flødeboller (snowballs), made of marshmallow cream and dark chocolate atop a marzipan base.
Be sure to visit our Shore Excursions page or speak with our onboard Destination Concierge for arrangements to any of these must-sees.