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CEREAL COPENHAGEN CITY GUIDE

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So ever since CEREAL came out with their new Copenhagen city guide I have had even more of an urge to travel there.. Just look at these beautiful images!

The guide features their favourites places, along with a photo essay of the city + personal essays by chef Rene Redzepi and owner of Gubi, Jacob Gubi. There is also a neighbourhood map and a section of additional recommendations from the CEREAL team.

Here is a selection of the stunning spreads from the guidebook;

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Did you know they also have city guides for London, New York & Paris, as well as a variety of online guides? You can find them all here.

Now excuse me while I dream of Copenhagen for a bit…

// Photo credit: CEREAL

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NORDIC PLACES I WANT TO VISIT // BYOH MATCHA BAR BY NORM ARCHITECTS

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The BYOH Matcha bar in Copenhagen recently got a makeover by Norm Architects and it looks so lovely and bright with its simple, white interior. The place is filled with items from Menu and has a lot of lovely green additions throughout to match the name perfectly.

Here you can get anything from healthy drinks and smoothies, to salads and sweet treats all with matcha in. On their website you can also purchase a variety of matcha ingredients and find a selection of recipes to create at home.

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// Photo credit: Norm Architects

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NORDIC PLACES I WANT TO VISIT // VÄKST

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Väkst is a lovely & green restaurant in Copenhagen. In the middle of the restaurant there is a large greenhouse, built through the two floors of the space, created to transport guest into the sensation of a lush garden – in the heart of the city. Here guests are invited to an informal and Nordic dining experience. The menu takes great emphasis on seasonal vegetables, alongside barbequed steak, full-cooked fish and fresh shellfish.

Lightbulbs and sails are hanging from the ceiling and the floor is painted to look like a giant tablecloth, which together with all the green plants gives you the feeling of being at a stylish garden party!

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// Photo credit: Chris Tonnesen

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