The Hungry Tourist is delighted to present:

The Very Best of Nordic Food Tour



march 11 – 17, 2024


a new and improved program!

At A Glance


Regions and cities explored: Stockholm, Copenhagen

Length: 7  days

Date: March 11th – 17th, 2024

Availability: Limited to 23 guests



❀    A whirlwind visit to 6 of the most sought-after restaurants in Europe.

❀  Starting with 2 nights at Ett Hem, the most beautiful home for foodies on the planet.

❀    This tour is for the pros, who can imagine ‘doing’ all these names in 6 consecutive days?

❀  We are talking about many many Michelin stars, New menus, new restaurants, and 6 of the most difficult-to-book restaurants on the planet!


❀❀❀    Frantzen 2.0 – A 3 Michelin Stars perfect storm by Bjorn Frantzen.

❀❀❀   Noma – Maybe the last chance to visit the iconic Noma as we know it.

❀❀    Alchemist  – Rasmus Munk’s life dream comes true – 50 gastronomic impressions under the dome.

❀ ❀   Jordnær – Just voted “Best Restaurant in Scandinavia’ with 2 Michelin Stars.

Vyn by Daniel Berlin (❀ ❀)  – Daniel Berlin is Back! In a new and exciting venue.

❀❀    Kadeau – The Copenhagen post of the iconic Bornholm island restaurant.

Our itinerary day by day


The culinary experience at Ett Hem in Stockholm is a celebration of Swedish cuisine and hospitality. The hotel’s on-site restaurant focuses on farm-to-table principles, using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients to craft delectable dishes.

With 2 open kitchens, guests are treated to a warm and inviting atmosphere, where they can witness the skillful preparation of their meals.

The talented chefs at Ett Hem expertly blend traditional flavors with modern techniques, offering a memorable gastronomic journey that showcases the best of Sweden’s culinary heritage in an intimate and elegant setting.

In short, there’s no better way to start the Scandinavian food adventure than hanging out together at this charming home.

March 11


Ett Hem

March 12


March 13

Flight to Copenhagen


March 14


March 15


March 16

Vyn by Daniel Berlin

March 17


Frantzén, a three Michelin-starred restaurant in Stockholm, represents the pinnacle of modern Swedish cuisine, blending creativity, innovation, and tradition.

Led by the renowned Chef Björn Frantzén, the restaurant has earned its place among the world’s gastronomic elite and has been recognized on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Notably, Frantzén also boasts the world’s best total hospitality experience, setting it apart from other dining establishments.

The carefully curated tasting menu showcases the finest seasonal ingredients, combined with cutting-edge techniques and artistic presentation. Diners at Frantzén can expect an intimate and immersive culinary journey, as the open kitchen design invites them to witness the skillful craftsmanship behind each dish.

With its warm, contemporary atmosphere and impeccable service, Frantzén offers a truly unforgettable dining experience that celebrates the essence of Swedish culinary excellence.

Noma, an iconic three Michelin-starred restaurant in Copenhagen, has been a trailblazer in the world of gastronomy and a cornerstone of contemporary Nordic cuisine.

Helmed by the visionary Chef René Redzepi, Noma has consistently garnered international acclaim and was ranked number one for several years on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

The restaurant’s ever-evolving seasonal menu highlights the bounty of local ingredients, embracing foraging and fermentation techniques to create unique and innovative dishes. Noma’s dedication to sustainability, culinary experimentation, and exceptional service has made it a must-visit destination for food enthusiasts.

However, this may be the last chance to dine at the legendary restaurant, as it is scheduled to close its doors sometime in 2024. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience an unforgettable dining journey that transcends expectations and celebrates the essence of Denmark’s rich culinary heritage.

Alchemist, an avant-garde restaurant in Copenhagen, offers an extraordinary culinary experience that transcends the boundaries of traditional dining.

Helmed by Chef Rasmus Munk, the restaurant combines innovative gastronomy with immersive theatrical elements, creating a truly unique and thought-provoking journey for its guests.

The multi-sensory tasting menu consists of numerous intricate dishes, which artfully blend exceptional ingredients, cutting-edge techniques, and vivid storytelling.

Housed within a striking, industrial-chic space, Alchemist challenges perceptions and invites diners to question the norms of dining, resulting in an unforgettable, transformative experience that leaves a lasting impression.

Our tour concludes at Kadeau, a two-Michelin-starred restaurant located in Copenhagen, which is a culinary love letter to the island of Bornholm. Chef Nicolai Nørregaard crafts exquisite dishes using locally sourced ingredients, many of which are foraged from the wild landscapes of Bornholm. Kadeau’s tasting menu offers a harmonious blend of traditional techniques and modern innovation, providing a fitting finale to your Nordic food tour.





you just can’t stay at better places in Scandinavia

A luxurious boutique hotel located in the heart of Stockholm, offers guests an unparalleled experience of comfort and elegance. Set within a beautifully restored early 20th-century townhouse, this sophisticated retreat boasts a warm, residential ambiance that invites visitors to feel at home.

With only 22 individually designed rooms and suites, Ett Hem provides an intimate and exclusive atmosphere, while its attentive staff caters to every need with impeccable service.

Surrounded by a lush garden, the hotel also features a cozy library, a state-of-the-art gym, and a serene spa.

Ett Hem’s on-site restaurant showcases the best of Swedish cuisine, using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients to create delectable dishes that delight the senses. This exquisite sanctuary is the perfect destination for travelers seeking a unique and unforgettable stay in the vibrant city of Stockholm.


The Hungry Tourist’s sanctuary in Copenhagen.

Nimb Hotel, a stunning boutique hotel in Copenhagen, provides guests with an exceptional blend of luxury and charm. Nestled within the historic Tivoli Gardens amusement park, this Moorish-inspired architectural gem boasts 38 individually styled rooms and suites, offering a lavish and intimate atmosphere.

With top-notch amenities and personalized service, Nimb Hotel ensures an unforgettable experience. Its on-site dining options include a brasserie, a wine bar, and a gourmet restaurant featuring exquisite Danish cuisine.

The hotel’s prime location and unique setting make it a remarkable choice for travelers seeking an extraordinary stay in the vibrant Danish capital.

The Essentials

Tour Fees

Per person, shared room: USD 9750
Single occupancy supplement: USD 1800

The price includes all food, beverages, taxes, service charges, airfare between Stockholm and Copenhagen, and 6 nights of accommodation.

The price does not include airfare to Stockholm or from Copenhagen, and any travel or medical insurance.

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A Note on Set Menus

The menus offered during the tour are selected by The Hungry Tourist with the help of our local partners. We believe they represent the best culinary fare our destinations have to offer. Guests may order outside of these menus at their own expense.
Unless stated otherwise, aperitifs and digestives (pre-dinner champagnes or cocktails and after-dinner drinks) are not included in wine pairings and should be settled by the guest.



A non-refundable deposit of US$1,500 per person will be charged upon reservation.

The balance must be paid no later than 60 days prior to the first day of the tour.

Payments are preferred by bank transfer. Payments with Credit Card will incur a 4% supplement.

Cancellation Policy and Penalties

If cancellation is received up to 30 days before the first day of the tour, the deposit will be forfeited.

If cancellation is received up to 10 days before the first day of the tour, a penalty fee of 50% of the remaining balance will be charged. If cancellation notice is received within 10 days of the first day of the tour or the guest is a no-show, the entirety of the remaining balance will be charged.


After having not been on vacation in 2 years, it was time to treat me. I pondered putting together a string of restaurants to go to in Europe, but reservations a month out were proving to be challenging.

This then brought me to The Hungry Tourist and his epic Scandinavian tour. Just seeing the lineup of restaurants he was able to book was incredible.As someone who’s always the one tasked with reserving, planning, and organizing, this was one of the greatest reliefs I’ve ever experienced. All I had to do was book my flight and David takes care of the rest. Before my arrival, David sent out an itinerary and domestic flight schedule so I knew exactly what to expect and plan accordingly.

I won’t get into all the restaurants, but Alchemist and Frantzén alone were worth the trip. We were treated so wonderfully because of the relationships that David has with these restaurants. No doubt the experience would be amazing if I was to have gone without him, but with him, there’s a noticeable leveling up that was quite special.

One thing I wasn’t expecting was to meet such amazing people from all over the world. The group that was curated were sweet, positive, happy like-minded people. This trip was made more special because of the dynamic of the whole group.


The tour was amazing in so many different ways.

The tour arrangements done had us seated at Michelin-starred restaurants every night, and these were managed in such a short time frame despite the fact that these restaurants had waiting lists of 2-3 years which was, in itself, just an admirable feat.

We got VVIP treatment at these restaurants and the menus and services were beyond outstanding. I think that this had a lot to do with the fact that these restaurants knew David personally and this was the reason for the outstanding services we were offered.

The food itself was another superb experience like no other and no words will be enough to do it justice. I leave it to the reader to get on this amazing tour and experience it for themselves.

Khalid A Juman
Editor in Chief

KHALID JUMAN, Manama, Bahrain

Dear David,

I would like to thank you, for a fantastic Viking food tour… it was simply amazing.

At first, I thought, really? Is it a good idea to visit these restaurants with a group of people I don’t know…?. In a way, I was a bit skeptical. The day before the trip I was rather nervous, then on the first day before the event started, you invited us for a breakfast at the Nimb Hotel to give us an overview of what to expect from the trip.

However, since I landed in Copenhagen a bit late, arriving for breakfast with you all being there, was a fantastic first impression, as I felt really welcome from you all. To be honest, I felt great, as meeting a group of friends I knew for a long time before.

Then, as we got the day for ourselves, we could not only get more comfortable with each other but also had the chance to explore a bit in the city, meeting all in the evening in front of the restaurant at the planned time, where again I felt welcomed. It felt just like the right people to share this experience, a multicultural group of great individuals sharing not only a common love for food but also for hospitality.

Imagine then, all these amazing restaurants: Noma, Alchemist, Jordnær, Maaemo, Frantzén, being the best how everyone welcomed us in these restaurants. The management, the Chefs, and also the owners gave us a warm welcome, and I am sure we felt like VIPS, and since they all knew you, the atmosphere was great from the beginning making us feel very comfortable.

To be very honest with you, the food, the wine, the people… it was just the perfect combo and I cannot be happier to have joined this fantastic tour, where not only did I make so many new friends but also had the chance to share great discussions about our passion for food.

Trust me when I tell you, whenever I have the time to do so, I won’t hesitate to do the next food tour again with you. My doors are open for all of you, and nothing would make me happier to host you for a great food experience and show you some great Austrian hospitality.

JOSEF WALSH, Lech, Austria