Ladies & Gentlemen,
the sunny summer time stories are writing themselves & we are really enjoying it at its best. Or at least in between all the duties & “to do” lists we are trying to get the most out of it.
Obviously, more & more people are going out & spending their time outdoors. Happily, Copenhagen has many opportunities & spots to offer. As the result, so called “kødbyen” or “meatpacking district” is one of those places for your summer days, nights & mornings. Or vice versa. 🙂
Luckily, it is full of many good bars, restaurants & simple food spots where everyone can find whatever he/she wishes for. Furthermore, so called “Kødbyens Mad & Marked” is something to try, for sure. Here you can find many different food trucks, wine spots & simply delicious corners to try. I will come back on this next time as you need to have a list of some favorite things to try there.
Consequently, now the time is to write a little bit about one of those small trucks that I found another day in this market. The food experience was so worth it, that you just need to hear about it.
Yes yes, I am talking about Kuma Copenhagen this time.
So, it was a sunny summer evening full of brightness, good laughter & many people around. I grabbed my friend to go out & we decided to go for good food & drinks adventures in Vesterbro. Obviously, we ended up at this gorgeous little food market where the Saturday party was already started.
After some Aperol Spritzes I really needed to get some food. As knowing myself I was just wandering around & looking for what to try this time. Here the “Kuma Copenhagen” truck showed up in my horizon. Happily, I decided to order something as, firstly I was hungry & secondly, it really sounded delicious!
Two guys standing there just introduced me to the menu & they made my order. Ah, I need to admit that it was a bit weird to see how & what they were making. Nevertheless, it was exciting! It was different & I really did not know what it was.
So, I got my food, my friend looked at me & the plate as it was something super weird & I simply dug into it. As the result, I enjoyed every single bite of my plate & I was keeping saying that I really did not know what it was. Obviously, I found that out later & now I can tell you that the dish was called “okonomiyaki”, which is a typical street food in Japan.
Not only the dish was full of good ingredients, but it was so rich in taste. The freshness of vegetables & the different combination of the toppings were simply good!
To summarize it all, there is one thing you should do: go & try it. I can tell you one thing, if you have never been to Japan, you probably have never tasted it before. In addition, happily I found out that they have a spot in town Jagtvej 101, 2200 Kbh N is the address so grab it, go & enjoy. You can read more about Kuma Copenhagen & their menu here.
I am curious to hear what you think of it. I am pretty sure that you will enjoy it at its best!
Greetings from me,
Lots of Love from Vero #atveros