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Trine Hahnemann's tasty Copenhagen

As a well-known chef and media personality, Trine Hahnemann is the ideal person to give us a taste of her hometown Copenhagen. Here are a few mouthwatering tips.

Photo: Rosio Sanchez

Rosio Sanchez

The chef the restaurant is named after is a 33-year-old Mexican-American.It's really exciting for a Dane like me to be able to get real Mexican food in this city.

Rosio Sanchez

Istedgade 60, Copenhagen

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Juno the Bakery

A rally good place, recently opened is Juno The Bakery, which is part of Noma. There is a lot of buzz around it and the food is wonderful food but the line is always so long there.

Juno the Bakery

Århusgade 48, Copenhagen

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Photo: Lumskebugten

Lumskebugten

My favorite place for lunch is Lumskebugten. The chef, Erwin Lauterbach was godfather of a new cooking movement in the 80s. It's the oldest rest in Copenhagen and the food is wonderful

Lumskebugten

Esplanaden 21, Copenhagen

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Bageriet Brød

This is a really nice bakery on Enghave Plads. Another place I really love where you can be guaranteed of good quality.

Bageriet Brød

Enghave Pl. 7, Copenhagen

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Photo: Original Coffee

Original Coffee

When it comes to cafés, I always go to one of the places run by this small chain. They have a really nice place near one of the lakes in Copenhagen. I love it there.

Original Coffee

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