I only had time for one really nice meal in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen was the starting point of our week long cruise with Royal Caribbean exploring the fjords of Norway. We had chosen to fly into the city a couple days early to explore the city. The first night we enjoyed a fantastic simple and traditional Danish meal at Restaurant Karla. The next night, I chose to visit Relæ, a Michelin-starred restaurant from El Bulli and Noma trained chef Christian Puglisi.
I was drawn to Relæ for several reasons. One, it clearly has excellent food. The restaurant boasts one Michelin star and is ranked number 39 on S. Pellegrino’s Top 50 restaurants list. My food-loving coworker from Denmark highly recommended it. More importantly (for me, at least), the restaurant focuses on sustainability and offers “no-nonsense” creative food at reasonable prices.
I love their philosophy, “Relæ works on focused and tasty food, no muss, no fuss.”
“Simplicity with quality comes first, great details are just beneath.”
The restaurant did not disappoint. I LOVED my meal there. The food was fresh, creatively, and outstanding. Service was great, and we loved the warm and approachable feel of the place. Here’s a look at our meal!…