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A deli in Copenhagen

My last culinary experience in the Danish capital was Meyer’s Deli. I read a couple reviews and hey the place is owned by chef Claus Meyer, yes the same one that in conjunction with Rene Redzepi opened Noma. I was keen to see his Nordic cuisine style outside the fancy world of Noma, a more traditional down to earth approach with a tapas menu so you can try different options. 

Meyer's Deli



Many options in the menu, after a while I opted for the Fiskefrikadeller which is fish meatballs or fishballs, and a cold tomato soup. The tomato soup was sublime, plum tomatoes with pepper and with it a warm wheat bread with basil and apple vinegar. The fish meatballs were excellent, the battered cod in complete balance with the potatoes and green peas salad with lovage and green onion dressing. 

Beer Time

Tomato Soup 


Great food, excellent concept, you can eat in the place or take it away for a picnic. Three convenient locations spread around Copenhagen, well actually the one I went is in Frederiksberg which is surrounded by Copenhagen. 

Meatballs remind me the Seinfeld episode “The Little Jerry

Elaine: Kurt? What's with the sweats? Aren't we going out? 
Kurt: I don't care. 
Elaine: You, uh, got a big stain on your shirt. 
Kurt: Oh yeah, meatball, fell out of my sandwich. 
Elaine: You already ate? 
Kurt: It's from yesterday.

Meyer's Deli
T: +45 33 25 45 95
Nordic Cuisine
Borough: Frederiksberg

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