I recently followed organic produce grown at Grantoftegaard farm in Ballerup to the table at Restaurant Radio at Forum in Copenhagen, on a shoot for Copenhagen Food magazine.
Radio chefs Jesper (ex deputy chef at Noma) and Rasmus (who worked with Bo Bech at Paustian) produce delicious and nutritious food using seasonal vegetables, fruit and herbs from Grantoftegaard and meat from local producers that they get to know personally. Their creations looks beautiful on the plate, and are served in unpretentious stylish surroundings. This is Nordic cuisine at its best, and in more than one sense it doesn’t cost the Earth!
I was so impressed, I went back to Radio for a meal a week or so after the shoot with some friends who were visiting us from Australia. They are foodies and wanted to know what ‘new nordic cuisine’ was all about…we were treated to a really friendly welcome and top notch service, and all left raving about the food. Highly recommended!
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For more information about Radio visit their website: Restaurant Radio
Want to grow your own organic produce? You can have your own plot of land at Grantoftegaard for an annual fee, with seeds and gardening lessons included. Find out more here: Grantoftegaard organic farm
For the same issue of the magazine, I went on a crabfishing shoot in Vedbæk.. loads of fun with two very cute fishermen!
Read more in issue 12 of Copenhagen Food magazine, out now.