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Kokkeriet, Copenhagen

Kronprinsessegade 64, 1306, Denmark
Kokkeriet Review
 
5 Star Rating
9 August 2014KokkerietTags: Copenhagen, Denmark, Fine Dining reviewsThe Bill: £220 per head
 

Kokkeriet can be found located in a quiet backstreet of Copenhagan. Small and intimate, this fine dining restaurant offers cosy, yet beautiful interiors.

When we arrived we were greeted by young staff, all of whom were very professional and friendly. We were shown to our table, and decided upon sampling the tasting menu, so we were able to get a real feel for the food offering.

“It’s a definite reminder that excellent, new culinary experiences can be found just around the corner if you know where to look.”

We recommend that anyone lucky enough to visit this wonderful restaurant does not eat a thing all day, only, their tasting menu seems to just keep coming, and for that reason, we can highly recommend Kokkeriet.

Up first came a series of dishes which arrived as they were prepared. These included havgus cheese served with almonds; cod served with vinegar and mustard flavours; smoked salmon with sour cream; beetroot with duck liver and chocolate; and the game meatball with barbecue sauce. Every flavour was simply wonderful - with the duck liver and game meatball being real highlights. We were immediately impressed.

Up next saw the green asparagus served with shrimp gel, which was the perfect introduction to the main menu.

The following two dishes consisted of crab, served with cheese and chamomile; and white asparagus served with a hen’s egg. The wine paired with these dishes was the 2011 Gruner Veltliner Urknall, Weingut, Zohrer, Kremstal.

The next dish saw spring cabbage with scallop, clam juice, buttermilk, carrots, grape, and trout roe. Paired with a glass of the 2005 Saumur Blanc, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Langlois-Chateau - it was a truly beautiful seafood dish.

Following the scallop, to our delight we were served an equally as delicious fish dish or haddock, celeriac and kornly cheese; as well as yellow split peas with beets. This course was paired with a 2011 Meursault Vielles Vignes, Vincent Girardin, Burgundy.

Finally, we were served walleye with crisp bread, nettle quail’s egg, smoked herring, and radish. It was a wonderful dish, that came served with a beautiful glass of 2007 Cava Gran Reserva Imperial, Gramona, Penedes. It was the beautiful end to a perfect dinner.

The service at Kokkeriet was second to none, and the delivery of the food was seamless. We were disappointed that we did not have room to sample the sweet dishes on offer, and would certainly look to save ourselves for those for our next visit.

We would thoroughly recommend Kokkeriet to anyone who’s looking for a special meal in Copenhagen - this restaurant truly serves a special meal. Next time we are in the area we will certainly be returning, and we would encourage you to do the same. It’s always a gamble finding good restaurants when away in a new city, but when you come across one like this, it’s a definite reminder that excellent, new culinary experiences can be found just around the corner if you know where to look.

 
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