Get mad at radio? No, it’s not a strange instructional product of a game of Telephone.
If you sit down and really think about languages, and words, it gets pretty ridiculous pretty fast. You don’t even have to be playing Telephone to get there. One of the best categories to ponder for this is what they call “false friends”, those sneaky little words that appear identical between two languages, but in reality have completely different meanings. If you get mad in English, of course you’re getting angry. Do the same thing in Denmark, and you might very well be on the way to get a bite to eat (mad is Danish for food).
Now, does paying too much for food with no soul make you mad, in the thoroughly English usage? Who doesn’t it? The remedy? Copenhagen’s newly opened restaurant Radio, where New Nordic Cuisine sourced from the restauranteurs’ own organic fields, local fishermen, and farmers is served up in a modern atmosphere that is 100% welcoming and 0% soulless. Really you couldn’t expect anything else from the powerhouse trio of chefs Jesper Kirketerp and Rasmus Kliim, shooting starts of the Danish restaurant world, and Claus Meyer, co-founder of Noma, the 2010 and 2011 winner of the S.Pellegrino Best Restaurant in the World Award. Oh, except maybe that lunch starts at 100 kr.
Don’t risk disappointment and book a table over Radio’s website – weekend dinners can book out weeks in advance.
The only thing that will make your meal even better is a short after-dinner walk to the perfect destination, White Line Hotels Edit Avenue Hotel.