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Copenhague Restaurant

If you are looking for a piece of Denmark in Paris, Maison du Danemark is what you were looking for. This cultural institute opened in 1955 to promote Danish art and culture in Paris and is housed in a unique position on the  Avenue des Champs-Élysées near the Arc de Triomphe.

The makeover was entrusted to the GamFratesi Italian-Danish studio, which divided the two levels of the building into two different restaurants: on the ground floor, a contemporary Danish brasserie, Flora Danica, upstairs, a more formal restaurant, Copenhague, awarded by the review Wallpaper* with the Design Award 2018 for the best new restaurant.

The menus at both restaurants have been created by the Danish chef Andreas Møller as odes to French-inflected Nordic gastronomy, which is for example reflected in the traditional salads and beef tartare cooked in Flora Danica, and the fresh langoustines prepared at the Copenhague.

Address 142 Avenue des Champs-Élysées (Paris)

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