Denmark Dining Week, the biggest restaurant festival in Scandinavia, is set to go ahead this year at the later date of 21 May, until 6 June.
The annual event, in partnership with S.Pellegrino, offers the best in Danish dining with hundreds of participating restaurants around the country. Dining Week Reopening is a festival created from the classic Three-Course Dining Week concept for a fixed price on a selection of restaurants. Guests can also choose 10 servings at selected restaurants. The price for three dishes is DKK 215 (+ DKK 26 in fees), and the price for 10 servings is DKK 525 (+ DKK 26 in fees).
How to Book
Search and book a table at participating restaurants through the website: www.diningweek.dk
What is Denmark Dining Week?
Denmark Dining Week enters its eleventh year at a slightly delayed date due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Dining Week was originally created to encourage Danes to dine out during the quietest week of the year and re-invigorate the restaurant scene. Its popularity has seen it grow into an annual event, allowing diners the opportunity to branch out and try new restaurants and dining experiences.