Even before Copenhagen’s Noma won the crown of ‘Best Restaurant in the World’, Copenhagen was a foodie favourite. Chefs here favour seasonal, organic produce and despite the city’s expensive reputation, there are places to eat to suit every budget. At the top end are some of Europe’s finest restaurants, many of which fuse traditional Nordic cuisine with international fare. For a cheap snack, find a ‘Pølsevogne’, or street-wagon, and try a delicious Danish hot-dog. The city is also home to lovely cafes serving up nourishing soups and tasty smørrebrød (open-faced sandwiches), great for warming up in the winter. In summer, head to one of the delis or fresh food markets to stock up on supplies for a picnic in parklands or by the canals. At night, the locals favour ‘bodegas’, the traditional Danish pubs with wooden interiors, fairly priced beer and a convivial atmosphere. Alternatively, go the hipster route at a designer small bar in Vesterbro or Christianshavn.