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Smørrebrød: Sheffield Edition

photo of salt beef, danish eggs smørrebrød with beetroot syrup and pickled beets in Upshot Espresso, Sheffield

The independent coffee and café scene in the North is constantly growing. Those further south think they have it all in the Big Smoke, but Yorkshire has some great offerings for coffee and food, including an increasing interest in our … Continue reading

Smørrebrød: A Brief History of the Topless Scandinavian

Introducing the Smørrebrød We received a mixed reception when we first began serving Smørrebrød in the Café. “Excuse me waiter, someone ate half my sandwich” “Are you trying to tell me I need to cut down on carbs?” “My meatballs … Continue reading

Exciting News: Our Team Is Growing!

We are happy to announce the introduction of two new members to the Baltzersens team! Due to the overwhelming growth in business over the past few months, teamed with the arrival of baby Seth, Paul has come to the stark … Continue reading

Artisan Food at Torvehallerne: The Cph Chronicles Pt III

Potatoes at the Torvehallerne Artisan Food Hall in Copenhagen.

The Torvehallerne is an artisan food hall located close to Nørreport Metro Station in the centre of Copenhagen.  It showcases over 60 different food outlets, retail and food service, across two heated indoor glass-walled halls. The stalls range from organic … Continue reading

Smørrebrød at Royal ‘Smushi’ Café: Cph Chronicles Part I

If you have ever visited Baltzersen’s and thought Yorkshire and Scandinavia is an interesting mix then one of Copenhagen’s most famous lunch spots, The Royal Smushi Café, has an even less likely fusion – Danish and Japanese. You enter head … Continue reading