BioM is a unique restaurant nestled on Fredericiagade in central Copenhagen, near the Kings Garde, the Botanical Gardens as well as famous Store Kongensgade and Kronprinsessegade.
What makes it really unique is its focus on organic ingredients and its overall organic philosophy. They call it 'an organic community, a place where life is experienced as a combination of interdependent relationships between plants and animals.
BioM is known as 'Copenhagen's organic restaurant.' They want to bring organic food away from the dusty shelves at the back of health food stores and onto the public's plate, and do away with the outdated public image of organic food being about crusty old long haired vegetarians.
The owners of BioM restaurant call their style 'short-haired ecology' with the ambition to bring organic food into the modern restaurant scene. Here guests are served with food that really represents the fine taste and quality that 'organic' really means. Chef Brian Johansen makes a menu that is very sensitive to seasonal adjustments, and is designed to show the strong links between quality cuisine, and quality ingredients.
There is a wide range of meat, fish, vegetables, cheeses etc. - in fact, anything you'd expect to find at a 'normal' restaurant.
The menu itself is mouthwatering. Try the brunch, with a selection of yoghurt, muesli, smoked pork, humus, smoked salmon, bruschetta, etc. The lunch offers dishes like mushroom and bacon risotto, sandwiches, cauliflower soup, chicken and herb pasta salad, etc. In the evenings, choose from the a la carte menu or combine two, three or four courses for 280, 345, 415 DKK respectively. There are dishes like Danish caviar, lamb cous cous, and coq pot au feu, depending on the season.
There is an excellent wine list, as well as a comprehensive beer, soft drink and organic fair trade coffee menu. For the health-conscious who don't compromise on taste, visit BioM and enjoy the view around Nyboder.
Fredericiagade 78, City-center, 1310View Larger Map
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