This was a great walking tour, it was the perfect amount of food. The walk took us around different areas of Copenhagen and we tried a wide variety of food and drinks. The only thing I would change was the stop in Torvehallerne - I didn't think the fishcakes added much to our stops. I also found that some of the places, including Torvehallerne, weren't ready for the large group and we ended up having to wait a bit, so maybe the organization of the tour can be improved as well.
Very comprehensive and reasonable price for food tour. Laura Bro was an excellent guide giving insights into the culture and cuisine of Denmark. She especially gave a informative talk about crafting of beers which gives each beer their unique flavors. Tour gave the right amount of variety without overwhelming us with quantity.
We were a large group because it included a student group from Germany. This made it all the more interesting because of the lively conversation. Laura, the guide had everything well in hand. She explained local food styles, traditions, and habits. The samplings were plenty and delicious. It was a wonderful time. This is a good Copenhagen experience.
Loved this fun tour! A very casual walk through Copenhagen with some fun food stops and facts along the way. Our guide Martin Thomsen was fantastic and everyone in our group had a great time. I highly recommend this for a fun afternoon in Copenhagen!
Very happy to have booked the food tour. The meals, beers, the desert were delicious. Laura Bro, our guide, is awesome. Overall 2.5 hours wisely spent. I wish there would have been more hoursand of course for a higher price I think everybody in the group had a great time
This was a really great tour, and I particularly enjoyed the sense of 'hygge' that was had in the brewery we visited in the city center. The guide was very personable and the food we had did indeed provide a nice sense of Danish cuisine. One thing I didn't like was that my tour voucher said that our guide would be wearing a red Sandeman's t-shirt. I arrived at the meeting point about 10-12 minutes early, and there was already another guest waiting outside of the cafe. We didn't see anyone in a red Sandeman's t-shirt. A third guest soon arrived, and we were all waiting outside. We went inside the cafe and did see a red Sandeman's umbrella, but that was clearly marked as being for people who were going on a free city tour of Copenhagen---not the paid food tour. Finally, we went inside and asked the girl sitting near the Sandeman's umbrella where the food tour started, and her response was, You're lucky she's still here, which I thought was a very rude thing to say. That's especially considering that we had arrived early and the guide was not wearing the t-shirt as indicated. And again, it was not clear where to go upon arriving at the meeting point. For every other tour I went on, this was not the case.