Photos by Signe Birck.


Restaurant AOC in Copenhagen is pleased to announce that it has maintained its Michelin star and that the restaurant thereby is represented in the very recently released edition of Guide Michelin’s Main Cities of Europe 2013.

”It’s lovely news, and combined with recent top reviews in Danish newspapers it shows we are following the right direction, especially right now, just after the introduction of our new head chef,” owner and sommelier Christian Aarø says.

The new head chef, Søren Selin, had to show his culinary talents at his very first workday. Here, Berlingske, the leading Danish national newspaper revisited Restaurant AOC to see if the level was still intact. To the restaurant’s delight, highly respected food critic Søren Frank rewarded AOC the maximum six out of six stars after his visit, which he described in last week’s restaurant review in Berlingske. 

With Søren Selin in charge of the kitchen, Restaurant AOC continues its cuisine based on local ingredients, light and elegant flavours paired with both classic and nature wines chosen by Christian Aarø, president of the Danish sommelier association. 

 Restaurant AOC was rewarded its first Michelin star in 2010 and has maintained it every year since then.

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