‘I think the most beautiful place I’ve ever been in my life’ – chef’s guide to his new Nordic kitchen design

The chef’s life is becoming a lot less predictable, but he has one thing that is still consistent: his Nordic kitchen designs.

The chef has always enjoyed the simplicity of Scandinavian design, and this time around, the kitchen designer is making it even more inviting. 

“I’m doing the kitchen in the kitchen with the kitchen wall,” he said. 

It’s a new design for the new Nordic restaurant, the Nordic Kitchen, on the former Duxford Street, in the city’s south.

It’s part of the cityscape re-imagined by the Copenhagen Design Museum and the Copenhagen Food Lab.

The design of the Nordic kitchen is a mix of the classic Scandinavian kitchen with modern technology, like a range of cutting boards, dishware and appliances. 

This particular kitchen will be open for lunch from 5am to 8pm every day.

The first guests will be welcomed to the new restaurant in the middle of the evening, and then there will be an hour or so of free-range cooking from 8:30am to 12:30pm. 

The first restaurant in Copenhagen will be named after the city itself, with the rest of the staff being chosen by the restaurant’s owner, Dan Børge, who is also the chef. 

Børged, who was born in Denmark and grew up in Copenhagen, said that he always felt very at home in his home country, and his new Scandinavian kitchen would be the first of its kind in Denmark. 

His Nordic kitchen will feature a range that includes traditional Scandinavian dishes, as well as some modern dishes that are not only Nordic but also Western, like fish fillets and smoked fish. 

As the chef and owner of the restaurant, Bølge said that the Nordic style of cooking will be reflected in the restaurant itself.

“I’ve always wanted to create a Nordic-inspired restaurant,” he explained.

“It will be a restaurant where people feel welcomed. 

When I was growing up, I was always surrounded by food, and it was a very big part of my childhood. 

There are very few places where you can eat food from a table, you can cook it on the stove and get it ready to eat. 

We want to create something that is a little bit more organic, and a little more local, and I think it will be great for the people who come to visit, because it will also make the food more appealing to people who don’t necessarily like it. 

Dan Børrge, chef and co-owner of the new Scandinavian restaurant, Nordic Kitchen in Copenhagen.

Photo: Dan BörrgeFor now, the restaurant will serve only Danish food.

There will be Norwegian and Swedish food on the menu, as will Finnish food. 

However, the chef is hopeful that other European countries will follow Denmark’s lead in embracing a Nordic kitchen. 

He said that Nordic food can be found in a lot of other countries, so it will not be long before the Scandinavian Kitchen will be opening in other countries.”

It’s kind of like a mini-KFC,” he joked. 

I think it’s a really cool idea, and also a really big change in the way that we do business in Denmark,” he added.

“The Nordic Kitchen is a very different restaurant from the standard one in Copenhagen.”